Telecom Italia commits to €1B LTE investment; Nokia looks to Africa for future

> Telecom Italia COO Marco Patuano commits €1 billion to future LTE investment. Article

> Mar McDowell, Nokia's vice president of mobile phones, says sub-Sahara Africa will drive growth. Article

> Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg hopes to settle a patent lawsuit with ZTE. Article

> Iliad posted a 6.3 per cent increase in EBITDA to €416 million ahead of its mobile launch. Article

And finally... An Australian man was arrested using two phones while steering his car with his knees. Article

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