Tele2 Latvia expands LTE and LTE-A; BT appoints new Openreach CEO

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> BT appointed Clive Selley as the new CEO of Openreach. Guardian article

> Tele2 Latvia pumped €840,000 ($914,474) into expanding its LTE and LTE+ network with the construction of 107 new base stations. Telecompaper article

> Nokia reportedly fended off Ericsson in a race to win a Vodafone India 4G network rollout contract. Times of India report

> VimpelCom extended an LTE promotional period for subscribers of its Beeline brand in Russia until early February. Telecompaper report

> Lenovo moved to become the first smartphone manufacturer to launch a device sporting Google's Project Tango 3D scanning technology. Bloomberg article

And finally…RIP Motorola: Lenovo hangs up on the famous mobile brand. Guardian article

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