Telefónica partners with Geotab for M2M; eircom appoints Richard Moat as CEO

> European Union governments are reportedly considering a looser approach to net neutrality. Article

> ZTE risks losing part of a deal in Ethiopia worth $800 million (€638 million) to expand the African country's mobile network because of differences over costs. Article

> Telefónica partnered with fleet transport telematics company Geotab to launch its machine-to-machine technology in Europe. Release

> France-based cable operator Numericable said a €4.7 billion ($5.8 billion) rights issue to help finance its acquisition of SFR has been 99.95 per cent subscribed. Article

> Irish incumbent eircom promoted CFO Richard Moat to CEO. Release

> Google plans to tag search results that are optimised for mobile devices. Report

> BlackBerry's former CEO, Thorsten Heins, is taking the helm of wireless charging company Powermat. Report

> Mobile operator Viva Kuwait will list its shares on the Kuwait Stock Exchange on Dec. 14, nearly six years after it completed an initial public offer of shares. Article

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