Apple delays Watch deliveries; Nokia stays quiet on Here sale rumours

> Nokia is reportedly exploring the sale of its Here maps business in order to focus on its Networks unit. Article

> Qualcomm investor Jana Partners called for the company to separate its chip and patent licensing business to improve share price. Report

> Apple delayed the delivery date for several versions of its Watch after opening the ordering process for the wearable device. Article

> Samsung's head of mobile, JK Shin, admitted supply of the company's new S6 Edge smartphone may not meet demand. Report

> Human rights groups Amnesty International, Liberty and Privacy International complained to the European Court of Human Rights about monitoring by UK security agency GCHQ. Article

> France Télévisions' director of future media, Eric Scherer, said mobile devices are increasingly consumers' first choice viewing medium. Article

And finally…Generation X, step aside for generation iAche. Report

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