Nokia unveils new smart home solution to support IoT; Mobile firm's acquisition of Yahoo Mail could boost usage

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Nokia announced a new smart home solution today that lets network operators offer services to support IoT. Light Reading article

> Both Verizon and AT&T are set to make final bids for Yahoo's "core" business, including email. That could help Yahoo Mail better compete with Gmail. Reuters story

> The vast majority of mobile hotel reservations in Q1 2016 were booked via smartphones. eMarketer report

Telecom News

> CenturyLink acquires ElasticBox to enhance hybrid IT service capabilities. Article

Cable News

> Apple adds universal TVE sign-in to OTT devices. Article

And finally… Someone named NeNe Leakes now has her own mobile app. Article

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