Webwire: Iliad launches with low prices; Samsung aims for Nokia's spot

Iliad is banking on lower prices and unlimited calls to 40 countries to win favor for its newly-launched mobile service in France. The firm is the country’s fourth operator.
Samsung chief Choi Gee-sung is confident his firm will overtake Nokia as the world's largest mobile phone vendor this year.
Google is accused of profiting from illegal sales of tickets for the forthcoming Olympic games in London, by accepting advertising fees from scam websites.
Microsoft plans to integrate its Kinect motion tracking technology to Windows in February.
KPN chief executive Eelco Blok says the departure of finance chief Carla Smits-Nusteling only a few weeks before annual results are due is “unfortunate.” Smits-Nusteling quit early Jan after competition authorities began probing price fixing by the telco.

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