Amazon mulls local data centre in Germany; Ericsson wins Telenor Myanmar deal

> Amazon is considering building a data centre in Germany, as customers in the country seek localised servers to quell concerns over NSA snooping. Article

> Tech firms including Google and Apple will face a trial in the U.S. over claims of collusion over staff salaries, a judge ruled Friday. Article

> Ericsson has won a deal from Telenor to support the operator's network rollout in Myanmar. Release

> Bahrain's regulator has ruled that Batelco will no longer need regulatory approval to change its consumer broadband prices. Article

And finally...Samsung is apparently puzzled as to why operators decided to launch its Galaxy S5 smartphone ahead of schedule in its own backyard of South Korea. Article

 

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