Jolla emerges from its third 'death valley'; Ericsson wins Easypaisa mobile wallet deal

Wireless news from around the web

> Lenovo announced it will pump $500 million (€435 million) into a technology start-up investment fund. Reuters report

> Jolla Chairman Antti Saarnio said the company is now on an even-keel financially, after securing $12 million (€10.4 million) in funding over the past four months. FierceWireless report

> Alphabet (Google) boosted its connected car technology development through a deal with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Wall Street Journal report

> Ericsson deployed its mobile wallet platform at Easypaisa, an operator-backed mobile financial service that has 21 million active users in Pakistan. Ericsson announcement

> Aston Martin renewed a partnership with test and measurement company Spirent Communications covering automotive technologies. Spirent release

And finally…The tale of the travelling iPad. Telegraph report

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