Apple expected to launch mid-tier iPhone; Ericsson signs Reliance Communications to small cell initiative

Wireless news from around the web

> Connected cars face cyber security risks, the U.S. FBI warned. BBC News report

> Foxconn was tipped to continue its bid to acquire Japanese consumer electronics maker Sharp, but at a lower price than originally offered. Reuters article

> ZTE could enjoy a temporary relief of a U.S. injunction on component shipments. Wall Street Journal article

> Apple was tipped to mount another attempt at conquering the mid-tier smartphone market, with the launch of a lower-priced iPhone today. Reuters report

> Ericsson said Reliance Communications is the first mobile operator in India to join a small cell as a service carrier grade Wi-Fi network operated by it and Ozone Networks. Ericsson announcement

And finally…Dishing the dirt on a food delivery app. Bloomberg report

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