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Nokia boosts Q2 profits as North American network sales jump 16%

Nokia  reported stronger sales overall in its core networking business and a strong increase in sales in North America. The company had its most profitable quarter overall since it sold its handset business to Microsoft in April 2014, according to Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri.

Alcatel-Lucent's Combes indicates strong pressure to speed up 5G development

Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes said that there is strong pressure in the industry to have "5G" network products ready as soon as possible.

Daimler says self-driving truck test in Germany now weeks away

German auto maker Daimler said it expects to gain approval for tests of self-driving trucks on Germany's motorways "within the next few weeks", executive board member Wolfgang Bernhard told the Sunday edition of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

Nokia gets EU green light for Alcatel-Lucent acquisition

Nokia said on Friday it has received approval from the European Commission (EC) for its planned €15.6 billion ($17 billion) merger with Alcatel-Lucent, clearing an important hurdle in its pursuit of the rival telecoms equipment manufacturer.

HERE acquisition viewed as essential to vehicle security by German automotive consortium

A Nokia deal to sell its HERE navigation business to a consortium of German car makers for between €2.5 billion ($2.7 billion) and €3 billion is likely to move forward if the parties can agree on who would own key HERE patents following the sale.

Analysts: Sprint's network densification project will likely include 70K small cells

Sprint has not yet announced its final plans for its "Next Generation Network" (NGN) network densification, but elements of it are starting to take shape. According to financial analysts who follow the carrier, the NGN program will include around 70,000 small cells, some unknown number of additional macro cell sites and will likely involve wireless backhaul technology using the 2.5 GHz band.

Report: Nokia to jump into virtual reality market at event next week

Nokia plans to announce a virtual reality project next week at an event in Los Angeles, according to a  Re/code  article, the most significant push into hardware since Nokia sold its devices business to Microsoft in April 2014. Word of the July 28 event first came last week.

Microsoft sees drop in phone revenue as Nadella pledges more efficiency for entry-level smartphones

Microsoft suffered its worst quarterly loss in the second quarter thanks in large part to its $7.5 billion writedown of its purchase of Nokia's devices and services business. Yet Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said the software firm remains committed to smartphones and the broader mobile market as it prepares to unveil Windows 10, its newest operating system. He said that Microsoft would in particular focus on being more efficient in the entry-level smartphone market.

Report: Nokia reaches $2.7B deal to sell HERE unit to German automakers

Nokia has reached a deal to sell its HERE mapping and location technology unit to a group of German automakers for a little more than $2.71 billion (€2.5 billion), according to a  Wall Street Journal  report. 

KT, Nokia Networks launch first IoT lab in Korea

KT has joined forces with Nokia Networks to set up what it describes as Korea's first Internet of Things (IoT) lab in a bid to help the South Korea-based operator fulfil its goal of becoming "the number one player in Korea's IoT market".