Alcatel-Lucent wins China LTE deal; Google faces UK lawsuits

> Google faced lawsuits in the UK, after the Court of Appeal upheld a High Court ruling that the company breached Apple users' privacy. Article

> UK business group the Institute of Directors said the UK government should rein in a smart meter deployment plan, because the 2020 deadline is too tight. Report

> Telekom Slovenije suitors are unlikely to pay the €1 billion ($1.08 billion) Slovenia's government expects to make by selling the operator. Report

>  Alcatel-Lucent has been named by China Telecom as one of its top three suppliers for the rollout of LTE services across China. Release

And finally…Children are spending over six hours a day glued to a screen. Article

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