Vodafone appoints new Spanish CEO; Android takes nearly 60% of French market

> Vodafone appointed Antonio Coimbra to head its Spanish subsidiary. Article

> Google's Android has achieved 57.3 per cent share of the French mobile market, according to audience measurement company Mediametrie. Article

> Nokia should fire CEO Stephen Elop, and the board should go too, according to Silicon Valley veteran Jean-Louis Gassée. Article

> LTE radiation worries hinder Brussels deployment. Article

And finally…Text from dog: I have a rubber hamburger that squeaks. Article

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