Zuckerberg woos mobile execs; Telekom Austria earnings dip

> Qualcomm confirmed Samsung's newly unveiled flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, runs its Snapdragon 801 processor, which features integrated LTE functionality. Release

> Telekom Austria predicted its earnings will continue to slide, after EBITDA fell 18 per cent year on year in the fourth quarter of 2013. Article

> Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg reportedly hosted a dinner with 20 telecom companies following his appearance at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain. Article

> Apple has reportedly corrected a security flaw in its OS X operating system. Article

> Hold Security said 360 million stolen online account details are currently on sale on the black market. Article

And finally…Technology is helping Japanese dairy farmers to cut mortality rates in new born calves. Release


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