Apple offers Arabic Siri; Qualcomm denies breaching EU competition rules

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> Vodacom modified the terms of its proposed deal to buy Neotel by agreeing not to buy spectrum licences and offering roaming deals to rivals. Vodacom statement

> Apple made its Siri voice assistant available in Arabic for the first time. Reuters article

> Qualcomm responded to an EU antitrust allegation by stating it has never breached competition laws in the region. Bloomberg report

> Nokia said Sean Fernback has left its group leadership team, following the completion of the sale of Here to a German automotive consortium. Nokia announcement

And finally…Full stops in SMS are heartless and aggressive. Telegraph article

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