Orange reportedly studying Spanish mobile mast sale; Czech O2 considers splitting off fixed network

> Manchester United Football Club is banning fans from bringing tablet PCs into its stadium due to security concerns. Report

> Orange is reportedly studying the sale of mobile phone towers in Spain. Article

> O2 Czech Republic is looking at options to split its fixed telecoms structure into a separate wholesale business. Article

> Intel promised to offer "smart exercise capabilities" through ear bud style headphones this year, after teaming with SMS Audio, a company backed by rapper 50 Cent. Release

> Research company IDC said global smartphone shipments in the second calendar quarter broke the 300 million mark for the first time, after revising previous shipment estimates. Release

> Android tablet PCs were found to leave users' data intact even when the factory reset option is used, with UK retailer Tesco's Hudl model particularly vulnerable, researchers said. Article

And finally…English football fans risk prosecution if they post videos of goals online. Report

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