Deutsche Telekom wins €612M lawsuit; Nokia gets another Indian tax bill

> Deutsche Telekom won the dismissal of a lawsuit by the founders of Telegate, who sought €612M over claims the German operator overcharged for directory data. Article

> Russia's Altimo failed to win support for offer to buy out the remaining shareholders in Egypt's Orascom Telecom. Article

> The European Union's solar panel spat with China could have important consequences for a possible probe into Huawei and ZTE. Article

> The EU said it has yet to decide whether to open an investigation into Android, as it seeks more concessions from Google in competition probe. Article

> South Africa's MTN gains a new CEO and revives plans for an Indian M&A. Article

> India issued another tax bill to Nokia, this time for around $37 million. Article

> Telefónica and MegaFon teamed up to cut purchasing costs. Article

And finally… One Apple fan paid more than €500,000 for an original Apple 1, a machine described by one Apple follower as the "holy grail of collectable technology." Article

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