Alca-Lu focus of Chinese bid rumour; Apple mulls TD-LTE iPhone

> O2 UK CEO Ronana Dunne said he thinks NFC-enabled handsets will hit the market in the third quarter of this year. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent was once again the focus of speculation that it would be acquired by a Chinese vendor, though Huawei denied interest. Article

> The Dutch mobile market slipped slightly in 2010, but still generated €6.28bn in revenue. Article

> Apple is mulling building a TD-LTE iPhone, according to China Mobile. Article

> Vodafone Germany and Ericsson announced a mobile health data service. Article

And finally... O2 UK becomes all "prim," asks users to prove their age to see certain content. Article

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