TDC readying bid for Norwegian cable operator; Rovio appoints former Nokia executive as CEO

> Pekka Rantala, a former Nokia executive, will replace Mikael Hed as CEO of Rovio Entertainment, the company that produced the Angry Birds mobile game. Article

> Microsoft said it will appeal a judge's decision to back a search warrant covering customer email stored in an Irish data centre. Report

> Germany-based online clothes retailer Zalando is trialling a new feature on its mobile app that offers clothing suggestions to users based on pictures of people in the street. Article

> Intel hired Amir Faintuch from rival Qualcomm to boost its mobile and web-connected devices business. Report

> Denmark's TDC is reportedly set to make an offer for Norway-based cable operator Get, with rival bids also expected from two private equity firms. Article

> Viva Kuwait, the country's number-two mobile operator by subscribers, has finally received regulatory approval to list on the local stock exchange. Article

And finally…First we had Wikileaks; now, Swazi Leaks seeks to expose the "party lifestyle" of the king of Swaziland through social networks. Article

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