Cellcom Israel enters TV market; Xiaomi reports 227% rise in 2014 sales

> Nvidia, a maker of smartphone chipsets, unveiled the connected car-focused Tegra X1 at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Article

> Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun revealed the Chinese handset vendor's unit sales increased 227 per cent in 2014 to 61.1 billion and detailed plans for a flagship device launch on Jan. 15. Report

> Samsung aims to increase usage of its Tizen operating system by installing it in TVs. Article

> Israel-based mobile operator Cellcom has entered the country's TV market with the launch of a new service. Article

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