ZTE aims to overtake Alcatel-Lucent in LTE; Nokia may be developing Windows tablet

> ZTE is looking to overtake Alcatel-Lucent in LTE network gear market share by targeting sales in Europe, Latin America and Southeast Asia. Article

> Nokia is rumoured to be working with Microsoft and Qualcomm on a Windows 8 RT tablet in time for Mobile World Congress. Article

> France Telecom's Orange Spain acquired KPN's Spanish MVNO Simyo for around €30 million. Article

> Samsung dislodged Nokia as the No. 1 handset brand in 2012, according to IHS iSuppli. Article

> SFR lodged a complaint with the European Union against Orange's roaming deal with Free Mobile. Article

> Ericsson inked a connected car deal with Volvo. Article

> Vodafone, EE, O2 UK and 3 UK will launch Research In Motion's BlackBerry 10 devices. Article

> Global LTE smartphone shipments will reach 275 million units in 2013, according to Strategy Analytics. Release

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