China surpasses Europe on LTE masts; AT&T uses MWC to discuss European expansion

> Capgemini plans to bring a white-label Joyn server to the market, developed in collaboration with Orange. Article

> India's top court is to hear Nokia's appeal over the transfer of its mobile phone plant amid a tax dispute. Article

> African mobile towers company IHS Holding raised $490 million (€356 million) in equity and debt from investors including Goldman Sachs. Article

> AT&T executives made good use of Mobile World Congress to discuss their European expansion plans, although Vodafone was apparently kept off the agenda. Article

> China has now surpassed the whole of Europe in the number of LTE masts the country's operators have deployed. Article

> Telecom Italia continues to reiterate that it is committed to expanding its operations in Brazil, despite ongoing rumours about a sale to rivals and eventual break-up of the business. Article

And finally…Smart watches? Smart bands? What about a smart toothbrush that can communicate with your dentist? Article

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