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Jio looks strongest in India survival game

Reliance Jio has continued its march to the top of the Indian telco rankings, reporting another quarter of monstrous growth adding another 26.5 million new customers.

Nokia Q4 OK but it wants 5G spending to start ASAP

Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri has come out feeling buoyant after another year of declining sales, warning again it’ll be a tough 12 months trudging through the infrastructure desert, but the 5G oasis is almost within touching distance.

John Legere is above talking about rumours

With the quarterly bonanza just about to kick off, it wouldn’t be the same if there wasn’t a bit of eccentricity from T-Mobile US. And he delivered again, this time refusing to do a live earnings call.

Telefónica profits take heavy hit from Venezuela currency chaos

Spanish operator giant Telefónica has reported its earnings for 2014 and insisted things are headed in the right direction in spite of an annual drop in net profit of 35%. The blame for this fall was almost entirely placed at the feet of its Venezuelan operations, which recently had to endure a 69% devaluation of the local currency.

LG developing webOS-based smart watch

It’s been a good week for the company formerly known as Palm, with LG Electronics revealing at CES 2015 that it is developing a smart watch running webOS – the mobile platform developed by Palm.

Telefónica profit drops by more than half

Despite seeing stability in revenue over the course of the first quarter of 2012, Telefónica has seen its net income plummet to less than half of what it recorded in the same period last year. Revenue for the quarter stood at €15.51bn, a 0.5 per cent increase on the €15.44bn generated in the first quarter of 2011, while net income fell 53.9 per cent from €1.62bn to just €748m.

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