Telefónica teams with China Unicom for smartphone procurement; HERE to trial vehicle hazard-warning system

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> Germany's cartel office said it would examine any proposed asset swap between Vodafone and Liberty Global in the German market. Reuters article

> Huawei said its Honor brand sold 20 million smartphones in the first half of 2015 and should reach 40 million shipments by the end of the year. Reuters article

> Telefónica announced a second LTE smartphone joint procurement programme with China Unicom. Telefónica announcement [PDF]

> Nokia's HERE unit inked a deal to trial a vehicle hazard-warning system with Finnish traffic agencies. Nokia announcement

And finally…iPhone users get in a spin over voice assistant's mathematics. Telegraph article

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