Nokia launches OZO VR camera; Drahi to pay up to €4B for Bouygues assets

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> A Telecom Italia board member said the company needs more time to decide on the sale of its Inwit stake. Reuters article

> Ericsson signed a three-year frame contract with Thai-operator True Move H, covering the rollout of LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation, 2G and 3G networks on 900, 1800 and 2100 MHz spectrum. Ericsson release

> Nokia Technologies launched its OZO professional virtual reality camera in European markets, priced at €55,000 ($61,976). Nokia announcement

> Kaspersky Lab warned that smartphone users are unwittingly exposing themselves to cyber security threats by not closely reading terms and conditions when installing apps. Kaspersky Lab announcement

> Patrick Drahi would pay up to €4 billion ($4.5 billion) for the majority of Bouygues Telecom assets, according to reports. Financial Times article

And finally…Will driverless lorries still hog the middle lane? BBC News article

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