Ericsson signs patent licence deal with Apple; BlackBerry sees first quarter-on-quarter sales growth in 2 years

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> Ericsson signed a patent licence agreement with Apple and settled patent-infringement litigation between the companies. Ericsson release

> BlackBerry increased revenues 12 per cent quarter-on-quarter in the three months to end-November, its first sequential rise in quarterly sales for two years. BBC News report

> Google's director of self-driving cars, Chris Urmson, hit out at rules requiring a real driver to be present in the company's test vehicles. BBC News article

> Colt appointed Rajiv Datta as its new CTO with effect from Jan. 1. Colt release

And finally…Roaming outside the EU can still cause bill shock. IBTimes article

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