Huawei rules out BlackBerry purchase; 3 Sweden plans to increase market share

> Finland has sold shares worth €368 million ($484 million) in TeliaSonera, cutting its stake in the Nordic telecoms operator to 10.1 per cent from 11.7 per cent. Article

> European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said three or four mobile players may be enough in European markets. Article

> Finland plans to speed up its 800 MHz auction process through the introduction of new rules. Article

> Huawei has ruled out plans to buy another smartphone manufacturer such as BlackBerry. Article

> 3 Sweden has outlined plans to increase its market share, and says four players is too many for the Swedish market. Article

> Tele2 could spark a price war in the Netherlands when it rolls out its own high-speed mobile network, which will be built by NSN. Article

> NSN helps South Korean operators to roll out LTE Advanced. Release

And finally…How Bluetooth has stealthily become a central technology in our lives. Article

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