Alcatel-Lucent appoints EMEA president as China CEO; Lamborghini adds £4,000 smartphone to its range

> O2 Czech Republic plans to spin off its fixed and mobile infrastructure into a new company. Article

> Ooredoo Kuwait has won a court appeal against a KWD36.69 million (€105 million/$124.97 million) judgement in favour of the Ministry of Communications. Article

> Anite opened its first device testing and validation centre in the Middle East, in conjunction with UAE operator du. Release

> Alcatel-Lucent appointed its EMEA president Luis Martinez-Amago as CEO of Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell (ASB), its flagship company in China. Release

> Lamborghini extended its range of smartphones with the 88 Tauri, a £4,000 (€5,098/$6,049) Android device finished in calfskin leather. Report

And finally…Carmaker Volvo is connecting cyclists. Article

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