News In Brief: Apple, Alca-Lu, Twitter, HP

Apple has widened the scope of its legal battle against Nokia over patent violation allegations, starting proceeding in a new jurisdiction – the UK's high court.
 
Twitter is set to unveil a “promoted accounts” feature for advertisers, WSJ reports.
 
Financial services group Voice Commerce will provide payment and mobile money services to mobile operators through Alcatel-Lucent under a deal struck Tuesday. 
 
HP has beat analysts’ estimates with its forecasts, but is yet to decide on a new CEO.
 
Orga Systems is ramping up its consulting services in Latin America with the opening of a new center in Argentina. The site is it’s second in the region, complementing an existing facility in Brazil.
 
ZTE and Russian financial firm JSFC Sistema have demonstrated a navigation device that incorporates all major global satellite standards. The device, developed in conjunction with JSFC’s R&D division, is compatible with Russia’s GLONASS, US GPS, Europe’s GALLILEO and China’s BEIDOU systems.
 
Mobile ticketing developer Masabi will use $2 million (€1.4 million) in funding from m8 Capital to launch commercial services with UK rail companies, and expand into new territories.

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