Mobily CEO to stay until end-March; UAE's du in smart city partnership with MIT

> UAE-based operator du forged a smart city research partnership with the U.S.-based Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Release

> UK security agencies acted unlawfully by collecting citizens' communications data in conjunction with U.S. counterparts. Article

> Swatch promised to deliver an NFC-enabled smart watch that doesn't require charging. Report

> ARM acquired Netherlands-based Internet of Things security software developer Offspark. Article

> Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche predicted Google will disrupt the car business, but won't become a manufacturer in its own right. Article

> Saudi Arabia-based Mobily's acting CEO is to run the troubled operator until the end of March. Article

And finally…A robot vacuum cleaner went a step too far by trying to eat its owner's hair. Article

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