BT promises to do better on broadband; Swisscom attracts customers to smart energy grid

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> BT fended off criticism of its broadband network and pledged to provide new minimum speeds of 5-10 Mbps and expand its fibre coverage. Reuters article

> Apple said half of its device users have installed its latest iOS 9 operating system. Wall Street Journal article

> Swisscom revealed at least 6,000 customers are connected to its tiko smart energy grid, as it announced three new electricity providers had joined the network. Swisscom release

> Vodafone, BT and Intel are among 30 technology companies that have teamed up to launch an industry association covering Internet of Things (IoT) device security. BBC News report

And finally...Meet Punkt, the new mobile phone that wants to take you back to basics. Guardian article

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