Elop sees rise in Nokia payoff; Orange reportedly complains over network-sharing deal

> Stephen Elop, Nokia's former CEO, has seen his total pay off from the company increase 30 per cent to $33 million (€23.8 million) due to rises in the company's share price. Article

> Apple is gearing up to enter the wearable devices market, with headphones that measure heart rate and blood pressure, and a connected watch. Article

> America Movil said it expects regulators to approve its deal to take control of Telekom Austria within two months. Article

> Saudi Arabian government buys minority shares in failed telco Saudi Integrated Telecom Co (SITC). Article

> Orange France has reportedly filed a complaint with the telecoms regulator about a mobile network-sharing agreement between Vivendi's SFR and Bouygues. Article

And finally...Wearable chargers for mobile phones give a whole new meaning to body heat. Article

 

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