T-Mobile Netherlands downed by software fault; Google stands up for Android security fix

Wireless news from around the web

> T-Mobile Netherlands blamed a software problem for a near day-long network outage. Reuters report

> Google defended an Android security patch after a security company said the fix is flawed. BBC News article

> du launched a new daily deals programme for its prepay subscribers, covering calls, SMS and data services. du release

> LG Display, the world's largest LCD manufacturer, will invest around KRW10 trillion (€7.6 billion/$8.4 billion) to develop screens for wearable devices and other products. Bloomberg report

And finally…Wireless Armour: a new line in 'privacy' protection. Telegraph article

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