Telecom Italia teams up with Sky for quad-play; Zuckerberg plans to bring Internet.org to Europe

> Apple is accused of failing to cooperate with the terms of an anti-trust lawsuit settlement. Report

> Google enabled Android smartphone users to find their device using its web search service. Article

> Telefonica offered customers the chance to play tennis with professional Rafa Nadal. Article

> Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco) signed a deal to supply Wi-Fi access to chauffeur-driven rental cars from Avis. Report

> Telecom Italia struck a deal with Sky Italia allowing the operator to sell plans combining mobile, fixed voice, fixed internet and TV services, saying it is ushering in the quadruple-play era in Italia. Release

> Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg confirmed plans to bring the company's Internet.org application to Europe, although the initiative to get more people online faces increasing controversy over net neutrality in India. Article

And finally…Want to know what weeds you can eat? There's an app for that. Article

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