EU equipment vendors hit by China currency devaluation; BMW probes Google's use of Alphabet

Wireless news from around the web

> Ericsson, Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent investors in China jumped ship after a currency devaluation in the country. RCRWireless report

> Etisalat sold an additional 555 mobile towers in Nigeria to IHS. Reuters report

> Zain Bahrain's first half net profit fell 6.7 per cent year-on-year to BHD2.07 million (€4.9 million/$5.4 million). Trade Arabia report

> BMW opened a probe into a potential trademark infringement by Google over the U.S. company's new Alphabet holding company. Telegraph article

And finally…Staff at dating app Tinder admit to a slight overreaction to a Vanity Fair article. Telegraph report

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