EU regulators consider approach to zero-rated content; Facebook denies eavesdropping

Wireless news from around the web

> European Union regulators could decide on a case-by-case basis whether or not to allow operators to offer zero-rated content. Reuters article

> Telia Carrier agreed an IoT backbone deal for Ericsson's device connection platform. Telia Carrier release

> Facebook denied eavesdropping on users' phone calls. Telegraph article

> Samsung could launch smartphones with bendable displays in 2017. Bloomberg report

> Plus Communication, an Albanian mobile operator, agreed a revenue management deal with transaction processing company Syniverse. Syniverse announcement

And finally…Lexus cars lack direction following a faulty software update. BBC News report

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