Apple breaks corporate profit records; Huawei reports 63% jump in Q3 smartphone shipments

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> Telecom Italia and Oi said Brazil would need to revamp its telecoms rules before they would consider a merger. Reuters article

> Apple took the crown of the largest corporate profit in history from oil and gas company ExxonMobil. Telegraph report

> Music-streaming service Deezer decided to postpone its IPO because the market conditions were not right. Financial Times article (subscription required)

> Huawei said third-quarter global smartphone shipments increased by 63 per cent year-on-year to 27.4 million units, putting it on course to ship 100 million smartphones this year. Reuters article

> Ericsson aims to unify the 5G infrastructure service market with the 5G Exchange (5GEx) project. Ericsson release

And finally...A U.S. judge compared an iPhone unlock request to ordering a lethal injection. BBC News report

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