Swisscom would consider 'fantastic' offer for Fastweb; Isabel dos Santos sticks to €1.2B Portugal Telecom offer

> Swisscom CEO Urs Schaeppi said he would consider selling Fastweb if the Swiss operator received a "fantastic" offer for the Italian broadband provider. Article

> BMW launched a car hire service in London that allows users to access the nearest available vehicle using a mobile app. Article

> Nokia appointed Andrew Cope as head of its Korean unit. Release

> Apple defended moves to delete digital music that users downloaded to their iPods from non-iTunes sites. Report

> Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola's president, is sticking to her €1.2 billion ($1.5 billion) bid for Portugal Telecom SGPS SA, a holding company whose main asset is a minority stake in the operator created from Portugal Telecom's merger with Brazil's Oi. Article

> Imagination, a UK-based chip maker, is taking on the Raspberry Pi barebones PC with the Creator CI20. Article

And finally...The company behind the Parklife Festival in Manchester, UK has been fined £70,000 (€89,000/$110,000) after sending promotional text messages claiming to be from festival-goers' mums. Article

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