Deutsche Telekom caught in corruption probe; Nokia investors back off plan to oust Elop

> A German prosecutor is investigating whether managers at Deutsche Telekom tried illegally to win contracts worth hundreds of millions of euros from Volkswagen. Article

> ZTE announced an LTE trial programme with KPN for its Germany and Belgian subsidiaries. Article

> The Nokia Plan B group--reportedly a group of small shareholders in Nokia--said it will no longer attempt to oust Nokia CEO Stephen Elop over the company's deal with Microsoft. Article

> Jean-Paul Cottet, Orange's chief of marketing and innovation, said that operators may be cool to the Nokia-Microsoft partnership. Article

And finally... Google CEO Eric Schmidt likes to tweet on Twitter. Article

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