Lenovo deploys Google's Project Tango; Apple places ads in App Store search results

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> Vodafone New Zealand is to merge with Sky Network Television to create a new multi-service operator on the market. Reuters article

> Apple risked the ire of app developers with plans to run paid-for ads at the top of search results in a revamped App Store. Telegraph report

> Google would have to admit violating Russian antitrust laws before the country's competition watchdog FAS would consider a settlement offer from the company. Reuters report

> Lenovo detailed plans to launch the Phab2 Pro, its first smartphone running Google's Project Tango mapping feature. Wall Street Journal article

> Nokia announced plans to acquire Gainspeed, a U.S.-based start-up specialising in Distributed Access Architecture solutions for the cable industry. Nokia release

And finally…Fitness tracker monitors how fit your dog really is. BBC News article

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