MTS, Google team on mobile internet; Apple Music executive quits

Wireless news from around the web

> Vodafone Turkey said its UK-based parent company would fund the €778 million ($877 million) fee for five new 4G mobile phone frequencies this year. Reuters article

> Ian Rogers, the man behind Apple's music service, stepped down for a new job in Europe. Wall Street Journal article

> Russia's MTS plans to promote mobile Internet services in collaboration with Google. Reuters article

> HTC pushed back the launch of Vive, a virtual reality headset, until 2016. FierceWireless report

> The U.S. NSA won clearance to continue collecting phone metadata, after a court of appeals overturned an earlier decision. Reuters report

And finally…Technology fuels the need for a mid-afternoon siesta. BBC News article

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