Nokia wins against HTC in UK patent case; Zain mulls going back to Africa

> Nokia reported a slip in third-quarter sales at networks unit NSN, but made an upbeat forecast. Article

> América Móvil is keeping its options open on KPN and is in no hurry to make a decision. Article

> Saudi Telecom (STC) posted a 73 per cent rise in third-quarter profit, attributing the rise to cost savings. Article

> Zain said it wants to expand in North Africa in what would appear to mark a reversal of the Kuwaiti operator's strategy after it sold most of its Africa assets to India's Bharti Airtel for $9 billion (€6.55 billion) in 2010. Article

> Nokia scored another victory on Wednesday in its patent battle against HTC after a UK court ruled in its favour. Article

And finally… A number of Dell users have complained that their Latitude 6430u Ultrabooks "smell of cat urine." Article

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