TC Roundup: Facebook acquires mobile data plan firm Pryte

3 Jun, 2014

Facebook acquires mobile data plan firm Pryte: Facebook Inc  is acquiring Pryte, a Finnish company that aims to make it easier for mobile phone users in under-developed parts of the world to use wireless Internet apps. (Reuters)

Here's the most important thing Tim Cook said at today's Big Apple event: For Apple, the only thing that really matters for its future is its competition with Android.  (Business Insider)

TCS's Chandrasekaran highest paid CEO in Indian IT sector: Natarajan Chandrasekaran, chief executive officer (CEO) of Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, received a nearly 60% jump in annual pay in 2013-14 to Rs.18.68 crore, making him the highest paid CEO in India's $118-billion information technology industry. (Live Mint)

Mindtree to focus on big clients, exit some markets: Software services firm Mindtree Ltd plans to exit France and Latin America for the time being and reduce the number of clients to focus only on strategic accounts to differentiate itself from larger rivals. (Live Mint)

Apple unveils new operating systems for Macs, iPhones, iPads: Apple unveiled new operating systems on Monday for its Mac line of personal computers and its hit mobile devices, the iPad and iPhone.  (Business Line)

Apple unwraps "Healthkit" alongside Mac, iPhone features: Apple Inc on Monday took the wraps off mobile applications that pool and analyze health and home data, kicking off an annual developers' conference lacking in big surprises, despite hopes the iPhone maker would offer a glimpse into its secretive pipeline of products.  (Reuters)