UK operators complain of BT broadband monopoly; Samsung mulls changes to mobile management

> Samsung may consider wholesale changes to the management of its mobile division in a regular annual shake-up, analysts say. Report

> UK operators including EE, TalkTalk, Virgin Media and Vodafone filed a complaint to Ofcom saying that BT has an effective monopoly in broadband and that other companies should be allowed to lay their own cables and use their own equipment. Article

> Europe's operators suggest that 2015 may bring an end to years of declining revenues thanks to the take up of 4G services. Article

> An Austrian court is set to rule in early December on whether to annul the country's LTE spectrum auction that raised €2 billion ($2.5 billion) for the state in 2013. Article

And finally…Cigarettes are bad for your computer's health. Article

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