Google talks privacy with EU regulators; BlackBerry shows promise despite loss

> Google said it is working with EU regulators to clarify its privacy policy, amid concerns users' are being mislead over the collection of personal data. Report

> BlackBerry made progress in its fiscal second quarter, with a lower than expected net loss and strong demand for its latest smartphone. Article

> Nokia is liable for paying damages to Mexican customers who bought faulty phones prior to the sale of its devices business to Microsoft. Report

> Telenor CEO Jon Fredrik Baksaas looks set to step down at the end of 2015 when he will take up an advisory role at the company. Release

> The European Aviation Safety Agency cleared the use of mobile phones during all phases of flights on aircraft. Article

And finally…Worried about bending your 'phablet' during transportation? Just follow these top tips on how to transport it safely. Article

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