Ericsson said to plan staff cuts; Apple updates iOS

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> Ericsson reportedly plans to lay off between 3,000 and 4,000 staff this summer. Reuters article

> Telkom Kenya appointed Aldo Mareuse as its new CEO, just days after Helios Investment Partners acquired a majority 60 per cent stake in the operator. Standard Digital News article

> Orange CEO Stephane Richard said the company is open to mergers in Europe and aims to be one of the two biggest operators in the region. Reuters article

> Apple said iOS 10, the latest version of its mobile device operating system, will launch in the autumn. Wall Street Journal report

> OnePlus, a Chinese smartphone maker, said its latest model offers a day-long battery life on a 30-minute charge. Telegraph article

And finally...University of St Andrews team develop a 'quit smoking' app. Scotsman article

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