Apple targets thinner iPhones; Telecom Italia shareholders urged to block Vivendi board members

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> Vodafone Qatar appointed Ian Gray as CEO with effect from Dec. 1, replacing Kyle Whitehill who is leaving the company. Vodafone Qatar release

> Proxy advisers Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) advised shareholders in Telecom Italia to vote against the proposed appointment of four new board members to represent Vivendi. Reuters article

> Apple could ditch headphone sockets to allow for thinner future iPhone models. Telegraph report

> Samsung appointed Koh Dong Jin as the new head of its mobile communications business. Bloomberg report

> Nokia said its Ozo virtual reality camera will begin shipping in the first quarter of 2016, priced at $60,000 (€56,503). Nokia announcement

And finally... Christmas tree lights dull Wi-Fi signals. Ofcom release

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