Jolla opens tablet orders; Ralph Lauren prepares 'smart' shirt

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> Finnish mobile company Jolla said limited numbers of its Jolla Tablet are available to order in the EU, Norway, Switzerland, Russia, North America, Australia, India and Hong Kong. Jolla release

> Twitter expanded availability of its mobile advertising platform, and added video ad capabilities. Wall Street Journal article

> Apple's first debt sale in Australia generated AUD2.25 billion (€1.4 billion/$1.6 billion). Bloomberg report

> Ralph Lauren prepared to launch its first 'smart' shirt that streams information on breathing, heart rate and calories burned to a workout app. Wall Street Journal report

> Telefónica Spain awarded a three-year fixed and mobile network IP routing upgrade contract to Alcatel-Lucent. Alcatel-Lucent release

And finally… Lightning fast data? BBC News article

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