Opera buys rival browser Skyfire; Telekom Austria imposes LTE premium

> Mobile browser vendor Opera acquires data optimisation and browser firm Skyfire for $155 million (€116 million). Article

> Telekom Austria will charge an extra €10 a month for LTE service. Article

> The German mobile data services market will grow 10 per cent to €9.4 billion this year, according to EITO research released by industry group Bitkom. Article

> O2 UK warned customers about an eavesdropping security glitch, which it said it has now fixed. Article

And finally… Britons are overspending £1 billion a year on contracts, according to price comparison site uSwitch.com. Article

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