Number of Android users hits 1.4B; Telefónica Germany unifies fixed and mobile billing

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> David Nish, the former CEO of Standard Life, has been appointed non-executive director of Vodafone with effect from January 2016. Vodafone release

> Dutch prosecutors conducted a third raid on Uber Technologies' Amsterdam office as they continue to probe whether the company's ride sharing smartphone app breaches national laws. Bloomberg report

> Google CEO in waiting, Sundar Pichai, said the number of Android users now stands at 1.4 billion, a rise of 400 million since May 2014. Wall Street Journal report

> Telefónica Germany unified its mobile and fixed-line billing and settlement systems using Telarix equipment. Telarix release

And finally…Meet the Fairphone, where ethics and durability come together. The Verge article

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