EU unveils Digital Single Market Strategy; Microsoft faces fight for Skype name

> The European Commission unveiled detailed plans to create a Digital Single Market, outlining 16 initiatives to make it happen. Release

> Qualcomm Technologies agreed to integrate NXP Semiconductor's NFC and embedded secure element (eSE) systems into several of its Snapdragon processors. Announcement

> EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager admitted the body will miss a self-imposed deadline in investigations of tech companies' tax arrangements. Article

> Microsoft plans to appeal an EU court decision blocking it from trade marking the Skype brand and logo. Report

> T-Mobile Austria CEO Andreas Bierwirth said he sees price pressure increasing from new MVNOs in the market. Article

> The European Union is tipped to probe how technology companies including Google, Amazon and Facebook use their market power. Article

> Telecom Italia and Swisscom's Fastweb unit agreed to test high-speed broadband technology using copper wires. Article

And finally…Drivers are to get even greater clarity after new augmented reality glasses promise 'x-ray vision'. Report

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