Nokia Networks prepares 5G fibre last-mile trial; Interoute agrees to acquire Easynet

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> Nokia Networks said it will begin trialling a 5G-ready hotspot that will deliver last-hop connections between homes and fibre networks in 2016. Nokia Networks release

> Toshiba admitted earnings figures for the past seven years were overstated by JPY224.8 billion (€1.6 billion/$1.8 billion). Wall Street Journal article

> Amazon was tipped to launch a $50 (€44.69) tablet with a six-inch display in the final quarter of 2015. Wall Street Journal report

> Interoute, which operates one of Europe's largest networks and a global cloud services platform, agreed to acquire managed services provider Easynet for £402 million (€552 million/$608 million). Interoute release

And finally...Want to download a book to your smartphone? Just scan the wallpaper. Vodafone post

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