Hungary to consult on net neutrality; Uber faces more opposition

> Deutsche Telekom is reportedly in talks to sell its Internet portal T-Online and online marketer Interactive Media to publisher Axel Springer. Article

> du added operator billing for the Windows Phone app store. Release

> Hungarian web users will be consulted on net neutrality in 2015, after the government back tracked on plans to tax Internet traffic. Article

> Apple CEO Tim Cook was offended by a BBC TV report alleging ongoing labour violations at a Chinese factory producing iPhones and iPads. Report

> Google may launch a version of Android in 2015 that will run in cars without smartphone tethering. Report

> Uber's problems continue to build as opposition to its car services comes from Taiwan and China. Article

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