Nokia hires technology licensing expert; Google details 'right to be forgotten' requests

> Nokia hired technology licensing expert Ramzi Haidamus as president of its Technologies business. A former CEO of Dolby Laboratories, Haidamus will take up the post on Sept. 3. Release

> Siklu supplied gigabit-capable wireless backhaul radios for Virgin Media Business' Wi-Fi network in Leeds during the Grand Depart of the Tour de France in early July. Release

> Vodacom said first-quarter revenue increased 4.3 per cent as customers used more data outside its domestic market. Article

> UAE-based du expects to finalise a network-sharing deal with rival Etisalat before the end of this year. Article

> Google revealed it has received at least 91,000 requests for outdated and irrelevant data to be removed from its searches, following a EU court judgement dubbed the "right to be forgotten" in May. Report

And finally…So you have two Android smartphones lying around. What better way to utilise them than to use one as an aerial photography unit that is controlled by the second device on the ground? Article

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