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Chinese vendors gain ground in wearables market

As the race for leadership of the wearables market entered the third quarter, Fitbit is still leading the field, having doubled it sales but Xiaomi is emerging as a strong challenger to Apple in smart watches.

Nokia shareholders approve Alcatel-Lucent takeover

Shareholders in Nokia ‘overwhelmingly’ supported the proposed acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent at an EGM and the completion is now a formality of meeting minimum acceptance or tender conditions.

Mobile overtakes home broadband uptake globally – ITU

Reports published by both the ITU and Ofcom have given an update on global and UK-centric connectivity, with the former stating that worldwide mobile broadband subscriptions have overtaken the number of households connected to internet for the first time.

Samsung refutes talk of selling off its networks business

Samsung Electronics has strongly denied rumours that it is looking to sell its mobile comms kit making business, issuing a statement that the rumours are ‘entirely groundless’ and that it has ‘no intention to pull out from its network business’.

ITU globally allocates 700 MHz band to mobile

The ITU formally moved to allocate the 700 MHz band (specifically 694-790 MHz) to the global mobile industry at the 2015 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) currently underway in Geneva.

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