Spanish Wi-Fi company files false accounts; Daimler tests self-driving truck

> Let's Gowex, a Spanish Wi-Fi provider, presented fake accounts for the past four years, and will now file for insolvency. Report

> Tour de France riders warned of the dangers of spectators taking 'selfies' on their mobile phones. Article

> Daimler demonstrated a self-driving truck it said could hit streets in just over a decade. Article

> Czech financial group PPF has bought an additional 7.16 per cent of the shares in mobile operator O2 Czech Republic. Article

> Telefónica will pay Mediaset's Spanish unit €295 million ($401 million) for its 22 per cent stake in pay TV operator DTS. Article

> Italy is reportedly discussing a measure to give the government power to block an eventual sale or breakup of Telecom Italia's Brazilian unit. Article

And finally...Table service gets a whole new meaning as two companies create similar wireless recharging services for mobile phones that come built into restaurant tables. Article

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