Nokia reportedly cuts 15% off handset prices; Telefónica continues to lose in Spain

> Nokia reportedly is cutting its smartphone prices by as much as 15 per cent in a bid to win market share. Article

> Telefónica continues to lose market share in its home country of Spain as consumers look for cheaper telecoms. Article

> Apple's iPhone passed Nokia and Samsung to become the most popular ad platform in Europe, according to statistics from InMobi. Article

> The European Union called for greater publicity of EU-wide 112 emergency number. Article

And finally... Bogus UK policemen have been stealing pedestrians' handsets. Article

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