Microsoft confirms Finland plant closure; Swatch plans second smart watch

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> State-owned China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom unveil management reshuffles that see chairmen at Unicom and CT swapping posts. Reuters article

> Apple said it will fix camera faults affecting small numbers of its 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus smartphone. Telegraph report

> Microsoft announced it will close its device production unit in Salo, Finland, following negotiations with staff. FierceWireless report

> Swiss watch maker Swatch plans to launch a second smart watch at the 2016 Olympic Games. Reuters report

And finally…Meet iHand, the mobile app-controlled prosthetic. Guardian article

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