TeliaSonera launches Samsung LTE laptop; NSN supports Russian innovation hub

> TeliaSonera launched a Samsung LTE laptop. Article

> Vodafone UK struck MVNA deal with Gamma Telecom. Article

> Vimpelcom may rethink strategy if there is no  deal with Orascom. Article

> PGE, Poland's largest utility, said it expects to close the sale of Polkomtel, the country's top mobile operator, in the second quarter. Article

> Nokia Siemens networks pledged support for the new "Innograd" innovation hub in Russia. Article

> Italian MVNO MTV Mobile will offer its Go6 service free for 12 months. Article

> Orange will buy a 49 per cent stake in the French video site Dailymotion. Article

> 4M Wireless is participating in in Telefonica O2's LTE trials in Germany. Article

And finally... The Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am will join Intel as the company's "director of creative innovation." Article

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