Nokia plans IoT research lab in India; Three UK reports strong profit growth in 2014

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> Ahead of its planned merger with O2 UK, Three UK revealed that pre-tax profits rose strongly to £282 million (€379 million/$433 million) in 2014, up from £166 million the year before. FT article

> OneWeb, which plans to provide a satellite-based global communications network, has appointed Matthew M. O'Connell as its new CEO to replace Greg Wyler, who is now chairman. OneWeb release

> Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri said the company will establish a 5G IoT research lab in India. Times of India article

> Apple faces a heavy fine in the U.S. after a jury ruled the company infringes a processor efficiency patent owned by the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Reuters report

And finally...Feeling depressed? Your smartphone might already know. The Next Web article

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