Three UK defends price hike; Nokia share price hit by Samsung patent deal

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> Three UK was forced to defend itself after almost doubling prices for loyal users on a legacy 'all you can eat' data tariff. BBC News article

> Nokia's share price fell as the fee agreed to settle a patent dispute with Samsung failed to match analysts' forecasts. Bloomberg report

> Xiaomi maintained its position as China's leading smartphone vendor in 2015, outpacing Huawei and Apple. Wall Street Journal report

> Telenor acquired around 95 per cent of marketing technology company Tapad for $360 million (€331 million). Telenor announcement

> Google defended the legality of a £130 million (€170 million/$185 million) settlement of a UK corporate tax bill. Bloomberg report

And finally…Wireless drones cause problems at airports after some "near misses". BBC News article

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