Poland cancels spectrum auction; Belgium's Telenet sees slight slowdown in 2014

> The European Commission has called for a dilution of U.S. influence over the organisation of the Internet. Article

> South Korea's LG Electronics unveiled a revamped version of its large-screen smartphone G Pro as it seeks to reach the number 3 spot in the smartphone market. Article

> Maroc Telecom said net profit fell 17.4 per cent last year to 5.54 billion Moroccan dirhams (€493 million), due partly to a 1 billion dirhams tax charge. Article

> Poland's Office of Electronic Communications has announced the cancellation of the country's LTE spectrum auction over concerns about stability and legal certainty. Release

> Belgian cable group Telenet forecast a slight slowing of growth in 2014, after a strong year driven by its push into mobile services. Article

And finally…Finland finds there is life after Nokia as mobile game maker Supercell plans to launch a third game following massive revenue growth at the company. Article

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