EE tops UK network performance tests; BlackBerry puts key businesses into separate unit

> EE topped tests of UK network performance by research company RootMetrics, ahead of Three UK, O2, and Vodafone respectively. Article

> The UK government denied clearing tests of self-driving trucks after seeing demonstrations in Sweden. Report

> Japanese consumer electronics manufacturer Sharp unveiled a smartphone with an edge-to-edge screen: the Aquos Crystal. Article

> BlackBerry established a separate operating unit for its cryptographic applications, embedded QNX software, and device connectivity platform Project Ion. Report

> Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's former CEO, stepped down from the board ending a 34 year career with the company. Article

And finally…Give your smartphone that military look with a thermal imaging unit. Article

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