Vodafone Romania starts mobile TV app trials; Qualcomm faces record fine in South Korea

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> BT is under pressure from UK regulator Ofcom to offer discounted tariffs to pensioners and low-income families. Telegraph article

> Qualcomm faced a record KRW1 trillion (€796 million/$880 million) fine from South Korea's Fair Trade Commission over its patent licensing practices. Korea Times report

> Vodafone Romania commenced trials of a mobile TV app offering access to 20 channels and on-demand services to its 4G subscribers. Advanced Television report

> Nokia's long-rumoured Android smartphones will feature metallic cases, IP68-rated dust and water resistance, and be available with 5.2- and 5.5-inch displays. Nokia Power User report

And finally…As Pokémon Go fever spreads, some law enforcement agencies are forced to issue user guidelines. BBC News article

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