Huawei explores in-house smartphone OS; Apple urged to keep iPhone headphone slot

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> Huawei is reportedly working on its own mobile operating system (OS) to reduce its reliance on Android. The Information article

> MTN is to place a strong focus on mobile banking services under its new CEO, Rob Shuter, but will face regulatory hurdles. Reuters article

> iPhone users called on Apple to keep the headphone socket on future models, following reports the company planned to drop it. BBC News report

> BlackBerry reported a loss of $670 million (€602 million) in the three months to end-May. Wall Street Journal report

> Astellia appointed Abdelkrim Benamar as CEO. Astellia announcement

And finally…Breaking up isn't hard to do. Guardian article

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