EC extends Google's Android deadline; Ericsson upgrades Telenor Serbia's BSS

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> The EC granted Google more time to respond to a statement of objections covering Android's dominance of the smartphone market. Bloomberg report

> Telenor Serbia upgraded its BSS by deploying Ericsson's Charging and Billing in One platform. Ericsson announcement

> Qualcomm unveiled the Snapdragon 821, a successor to its Snapdragon 820 processor that promises to deliver a 10 per cent performance improvement. Qualcomm announcement

> Nokia announced it will upgrade U.S. city San Diego's public safety communications network with IP/MPLS and packet microwave radio technologies. Nokia release

> NEC subsidiary Netcracker Technology acquired CoralTree Systems, a UK-based provider of BSS, OSS and systems integration functions to European service providers. Netcracker Technology announcement

And finally…The dark side of Pokémon Go. BBC News report

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