Vodafone reportedly in talks with Netflix; TVs threatened by computer viruses

> Vodafone is reportedly in talks with Netflix to offer subscribers access to streaming movies and television shows. Article

> Computer viruses are ready to make the leap to smart TVs, Eugene Kaspersky, founder of security firm Kaspersky Lab, warned. Article

> Google and Apple are locked in battle to persuade games developers to launch titles on their operating systems first. Article

> Nearly a third of all Android apps sold through third-party stores contain malicious software, security firm Opswat revealed. Article

> The Nintendo Game Boy handheld gaming device, launched 25 years ago. Article

And finally…Beating jet lag is all a numbers game, according to university boffins who have developed a mobile app to help travellers get back on schedule. Article

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