Vodafone UK extends LTE network; Huawei to hire 5,500 people in Europe in next 5 years

> Touch screen technology company Synaptics revealed it is acquiring display chip manufacturer Renesas SP Drivers, and raised its revenue forecast. Article

> The European Commission is tipped to open a probe into Apple's tax arrangements in Ireland on Wednesday. Report

> Smart wedding rings are on the way, offering wearers the ability to interact with their phone. Article

> Cisco predicted Wi-Fi IP traffic will exceed fixed traffic for the first time in 2018, and that the number of Wi-Fi hotspots will hit 53 million that year. Report

> Austria's Federal Competition Agency (BWB) has reportedly approved an agreement between Carlos Slim's America Movil and the Austrian government to pool their shareholdings in Telekom Austria. Article

> Huawei plans to hire 5,500 more people in Europe over the next five years. Article

> Vodafone UK is extending its LTE network to a further five towns and cities this summer. Release

And finally...looking for a cab in London or Paris? Forget it; taxi drivers are set to cause gridlock across Europe in protest over an app called Uber. Article

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