Etisalat made top bid for Maroc Telecom; Nokia files fresh patent suit against HTC

> Etisalat has reportedly submitted a higher bid for Vivendi's stake in Maroc Telecom. Article

> European Union digital commissioner Neelie Kroes wants to attract €100 billion in private investment for chips and semiconductors. Article

> Nokia claims that HTC has infringed three of its patents and filed a lawsuit to seek compensation. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks and Intel agreed to team for the development of NSN's Liquid Applications. Release

> Portugal Telecom reported a slump in first-quarter profit due to the country's deep recession. Article

> Telefónica reduced smartphone prices by between 15 and 30 per cent in Spain to fight increasing competition. Article

And finally… Electrician gets more shocks with £163,000 bill from Orange UK. Article

Suggested Articles

Qualcomm may finally be moving closer to purchasing NXP. A Beijing official reportedly said the deal is "looking more optimistic now."

Sprint said it will offer discounted service to customers age 55 and above.

Unlimited data plans placed a strain on carrier networks last year, but according to OpenSignal the carriers met the challenge.