Apple hires head of Nokia's camera unit; China Mobile approves Ericsson's LTE Advanced chipset

> UK ISPs agreed to send written warnings to customers thought to be illegally downloading music and movies. Article

> Apple has hired Ari Partinen, the head of Nokia's photography unit. Article

> Samsung Electronics chairman, Lee Kun-hee, received emergency cardiac surgery only a few weeks after the company launched the Galaxy S5, its first smartphone with a heart rate monitor. Article

> China Mobile approved Ericsson's LTE Advanced modem chipset for use on its network. Release

> Germany's government said it has no plans to reduce its stake in Deutsche Telekom. Article

And finally...London taxi drivers plan to take action over smartphone app Uber. Article

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