Turkey postpones 4G tender; Nokia announces job cuts

> Turkey postponed its 4G network tender by three months to Aug. 26. Article

> Apple denied reports that the launch of smart home equipment had been delayed. Article

> Qualcomm president Derek Aberle revealed the company generated revenue of $1 billion (€878 million) from the sale of Internet of Things chips in 2014. Article

> TalkTalk raised its revenue growth target after saying its quad-play strategy "is really working". Article

> Telecom Egypt said its first-quarter net profit rose 9.9 per cent to EGP604 million (€69 million/$79.16 million). Article

> Saudi Arabia's market regulator referred a case of suspected insider trading at Mobily to public prosecutors. Article

> Cellcom Israel will offer a triple-play package of TV, fixed-line voice and internet services as it seeks new revenue streams in the face of mobile competition. Article

> Nokia is planning to cut up to 70 jobs from its technologies unit in Finland. Article

> Slovakia confirmed that Deutsche Telekom has submitted a bid for the government's 49 per cent stake in Slovak Telekom. Article

And finally...New smart pen Phree proves mightier than the stylus. Article

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