Jolla enters India; Apple refutes EC in-app purchase claims

> Finnish smartphone maker Jolla is entering India through a partnership with the country's largest e-commerce site, Snapdeal.com. Release

> Apple hit back at European Commission claims it hasn't done enough to prevent children making in-app purchases. Article

> The Open Rights Group is considering legal action to block UK government attempts to rush through communications monitoring legislation. Report

> Google, Cisco, IBM, and Samsung are among technology companies considering providing free Wi-Fi through public pay phones in New York city. Article

> Vodafone Egypt will pump around EGP9.5 billion (€982 million/$1.3 billion) into its network in the next three years, CEO Ahmed Essam revealed. Report

And finally…Apple subcontractor Foxconn, which hit headlines due to a spate of worker suicides, is planning to build health resorts throughout Asia Pacific. Article

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