Apple apologises over Error 53; TeliaSonera predicts 150M Nordic IoT connections by 2020

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> A new report by TeliaSonera and Arthur D. Little predicts that the number of connected devices in the Nordics will reach 150 million by 2020. TeliaSonera release

> Nokia plans to demonstrate MulteFire, a new LTE-based technology that solely operates in unlicensed spectrum, at Mobile World Congress next week. Nokia release

> Apple apologised over Error 53, which locked out iPhones that were repaired with third-party screens and fingerprint sensors. Wall Street Journal article

> Vodafone plans to raise about £2.9 billion (€3.7 billion/$4.1 billion) by selling mandatory convertible bonds. Bloomberg article

And finally…Pedestrian accidents caused by mobile phone distraction resulted in a 124 per cent rise in A&E admissions in the U.S. between 2010 and 2014. Wall Street Journal article

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