Nokia said to have received bid from Uber for HERE; Ericsson files patent suits against Apple in Europe

> Nintendo plans to increase the number of smartphone games it produces. Report

> Nokia reportedly received a bid of $3 billion (€2.6 billion) for its HERE business from ride sharing app company Uber Technologies. Report

> The European Union shot down claims it is probing Qualcomm's patent licensing agreements. Report

> In a bid to assert its patents, Ericsson has filed suits against Apple in Germany, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. Release

> Vivendi has completed the sale of its remaining 20 per cent stake in France-based Numericable-SFR. Altice now holds about 70.4 per cent of the company. Release

> Telecom Italia reported a 7.7 per cent drop in first-quarter core profit, but said pressure on its domestic business eased thanks to a greater focus on broadband and mobile internet services. EBITDA was €2.03 billion ($2.3 billion) in the first three months of the year, matching market expectations. Article

> Zain Iraq has received approval from the stock market regulator to list on Baghdad's stock exchange. Article

And finally…James Bond meets the man with the golden Samsung. Article

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