EU drops probe of leading operators; Motorola Mobility to cut 1,200 jobs

> The European Union dropped a collusion investigation into Europe's big five mobile operators. Article

> Google plans to slash Motorola Mobility's headcount by 1,200 jobs. Article

> MasterCard said mobile payments will be mainstream by 2018. Article

> T-Mobile Austria rejected reports that it is up for sale. Article

And finally… Boeing 787s create half a terabyte of data per flight, according to Virgin Atlantic. Article

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