Telenor CEO steps down from VimpelCom board; Uber rattled by Spain ban

> BT is said to be leaning towards buying O2 UK over EE, with some reports saying an announcement could come this week. Article

> TeliaSonera said it would not sue former CEO Lars Nyberg for damages relating to the company's 2013 fiscal year. Article

> Telenor CEO Jon Fredrik Baksaas has stepped down from the supervisory board of VimpelCom. Article

> Google launched its StreetView service in Dubai. Report

> Intel pushed deeper into the Internet of Things (IoT) market by revealing a complete reference model designed to simplify IoT security and connectivity. Release

> Uber Technologies said a Spanish court decision blocking the smartphone-based rival to regular taxi services was "unusual", as it faces heightened scrutiny of its service across the globe. Report

> Digital advertisers will lose $6.3 billion (€5 billion) to fraudulent online ad viewers in 2015. Article

> An auditor's report concluded that Kabel Deutschland was worth almost a quarter more than the €84.53 per share ($104) offered by Vodafone to the remaining shareholders in the German cable operator. Article

And finally...New breakability tests for tablets showed that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 came out on top as the least breakable tablet. Release

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