Qualcomm settles China dispute; du, Etisalat agree fixed-line deal

> Qualcomm will pay a fine of $975 million (€862 million) as part of an agreement to settle a long-running antitrust dispute in China. Article

> Facebook and Reliance Communications launched the Internet.org app to provide free basic online services in India, the sixth country to get the app after Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, Colombia and Tanzania. Release

> UAE-based operator du hopes to see fixed-line competition in the country within months after a deal was finally agreed with Etisalat. Article

> IBM warned that 63 per cent of mobile dating apps on the Android operating system have medium- or high-level security vulnerabilities. Report

> PayPal teamed with oil company Shell to enable mobile fuel payments in the UK. Report

And finally…Forget the walls having ears. Now it's your TV set. Article

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