Nokia spearheads indoor location group; Opera extends browser deal with Google

> The London Olympics boosts international roaming use more than 800 per cent for TIM Brazil. Article

> Opera extended its browser deal to use Google as the default search partner. Article

> Nokia, Qualcomm, Samsung Electronics and Sony Mobile have joined forces with other companies to create the In-Location Alliance, an effort to improve and expand indoor positioning and related mobile services. Article

> América Móvil is reportedly among four firms interested in Polish telecoms company Hawe. Article

And finally…Recharge your iPhone with your bicycle. Article

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