Huawei wins MTN managed services contract; EC approves BSkyB acquisitions

> TeliaSonera is in talks with Jazztel and others over a possible sale of its Spanish unit, Yoigo. Article

> Liquid Telecom plans to spend $200 million (€155 million) across the African countries where it operates over the next year. Article

> The European Commission has approved plans by UK-based BSkyB to buy Sky Deutschland and Sky Italia. Release

> Google is moving into the field of smart cutlery by acquiring Lift Labs, a company that has developed a spoon for Parkinson's sufferers. Report

> UK retailer Tesco put plans to launch a smartphone on ice to focus on the launch of its latest Hudl tablet. Report

> South African operator MTN contracted Huawei to provide managed services in six countries over the next five years. Release

> TIM Brasil CEO said any sale of the company to rivals would involve very high prices, adding that Telecom Italia has yet to propose a price. Article

And finally...Belgian boffins have created an app that turns smartphones into sound monitors to map noise pollution in cities. Article

 

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