Vivendi denies Telecom Italia Orange link; Apple seeks entry to India

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> Brazil-based Oi is said to be talking to banks on a $1 billion (€915 million) credit line to finance a potential merger with TIM Participacoes. Bloomberg article

> France-based Vivendi said its investment in Telecom Italia it is not a point of entry for Orange into the Italian operator. Reuters article

> Apple sought permission to open stores in India amid predictions of slowing iPhone sales. Bloomberg report

> Foxconn, an OEM mobile handset manufacturer, utilised Spirent Communications BEEHD VoLTE Client Framework to produce Android-based VoLTE voice and video calling devices. Spirent Communications announcement

And finally…Stephen Hawking says humans are at risk of 'own goal' from science and technology. BBC News article

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