Telekom Austria cleans up in Slovenian auction; Elop denies 'trojan horse' claims

> Chipset manufacturer RF Micro Devices said growing smartphone sales will drive growth in the second half of the year. Article

> Stephen Elop, Nokia's former CEO, denied he ran the company into the ground to facilitate Microsoft's acquisition of its devices business. Article

> Spain's Jazztel reported an annual 30 per cent rise in first-quarter net profit to €15.8 million ($22 million). Article

> Telekom Austria bought almost half the spectrum on offer in a Slovenian auction for €64 million ($89 million). Article

And finally...UK regulator Ofcom said tablets are fuelling a rise in web usage by people aged 65 and over. Article

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