Alcatel-Lucent chairman calls for industry consolidation; TomTom scores Apple mapping deal

> Alcatel-Lucent's chairman said European policy makers needs to drop their anti-merger positions. Article

> TomTom inked a global mapping deal with Apple, sending its shares up. Article

> Android now holds 60 per cent of market in major European countries, according to the latest sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. Article

> Deutsche Telekom will reportedly offer free Joyn service starting in October. Article

And finally…Former Telecom Italia CEO faces trial over SIM-card fraud. Article

 

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