Orange talks video with Microsoft; T-Mobile loss grows

> BlackBerry will revamp its mobile device management tool so enterprises and government customers can manage mobile devices on their networks. Article.

> T-Mobile's loss widened as promotional spending rose in a bid to gain more subscribers. Article.

> Japan's messaging firm, Line denied reports it is in talks to sell a stake to SoftBank. Article.

> France's Orange is discussing a tie-up with Microsoft for the operator's video sharing website, Dailymotion. Article.

> Blackberry plans to launch sub-$200 smartphone in Indonesia. Article.
 

And finally…A U.S. court dismissed a sexual harassment claim against a man who 'sexted' a picture of his tattooed privates to a woman, claiming laws only apply to printed material. Article

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