BlackBerry acquires Good Technology, Etisalat opens up share ownership

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> BlackBerry announced plans to buy rival mobile software provider Good Technology Corp for $425 million (€382 million). Reuters article

> Niek Jan van Damme, head of Deutsche Telekom's German business, said the operator would oppose a merger between Vodafone and Liberty Global in the event of this taking place. Bloomberg article

> UAE-based Etisalat will allow foreign and institutional investors to own its shares from Sept. 15. Reuters article

> Fiat Chrysler Automobiles raised alarm bells over connected car security when it made its second recall in six weeks. Bloomberg report

> Anite, a wireless network testing provider, signed an OSS collaboration with Nokia Networks as part a broader OSS interoperability initiative. Anite release

And finally...Feeling a bit seasick? There's an app for that. Independent article

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