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The iconic Nokia 3310 handset has made a comeback and is soon to be on sale for $52, revamped by Finnish start-up HMD Global.
Chinese firm TCL Communications has launched a new device under the BlackBerry brand which features a physical keyboard.
John Taylor, global fixed income portfolio manager at AllianceBernstein, talks about the bond market and how it’s impacted by European elections.