News highlights – 14 February

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News highlights for 14 February

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Facebook videos coming to a TV near you

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc is launching an app for smart TVs that will help the social network’s users enjoy its videos on a bigger screen. The app will roll out soon from app stores for Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV and Amazon Fire TV, the company said. Read more…

AT&T cracks on with LTE roll out plans for IoT

AT&T plans nationwide deployment of its LTE-M network for Internet of Things (IoT) ahead of schedule in second quarter of 2017. We’re also planning LTE-M availability in Mexico by the end of the year. Read more…

Toshiba chairmen resigns as nuclear meltdown gets worse

The chairman of Toshiba has resigned following the release of figures showing a projected $6.3bn loss from the company’s nuclear business – a loss that may continue to grow and threaten its other businesses. Read more…

iPhone optimism pushes Apple shares to all time intraday high

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple Inc’s share price hit an intraday record high on Tuesday for the first time in almost two years as investors raised bets that a 10th anniversary iPhone will boost lackluster sales. Read more…

Toshiba troubles ahead – company asks for loan extension

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Toshiba Corp on Wednesday asked creditors for an extension of a waiver for a loan covenant violation until the end of March, financial sources who were briefed on the matter said. Read more…

Despite extra competition, T-Mobile beats estimates

(Reuters) – T-Mobile US Inc, the No.3 U.S. wireless carrier, reported quarterly profit and revenue above estimates as promotional offers helped add more subscribers. Read more…


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