EU approves T-Mobile/Orange merger; Nokia hints at new series of devices

> T-Mobile UK and Orange UK won European Union regulatory approval for their planned merger, but it comes with conditions. Article

> Nokia may unveil low-cost, C-Series devices at the upcoming CeBIT trade show. Article

> Who will partner with Cablevision for WiFi/cellular service? Commentary

> Despite the buzz at Mobile World Congress, the future for operators remains tough. Commentary

> Twenty-six percent of American adults now read news on their mobile handsets, according to a new survey published by the Pew Research Center. Article

> Orange UK and T-Mobile UK have both introduced new low-cost data bundles for customers using their phones when travelling within Europe. Article

> Fabless semiconductor vendor Icera claims to be the first baseband chipset vendor to show a dual-mode LTE/HSPA modem running on a commercial USB stick demonstrating LTE/HSPA handover capabilities. Article

And finally... A former Apple employee tells of trying to sell on eBay an old step from an Apple store. Article

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