Apple granted eye-tracking patent; Cellcom's Q3 profit falls 62%

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> Israel's Cellcom reported a 62 per cent drop in third-quarter net profit to ILS40 million (€9.6 million/$10 million). Reuters article

> Liberty Global offered £3.6 billion (€5 billion/$5.5 billion) to buy Cable & Wireless Communications. Reuters article

> MTN received an eleventh hour stay of execution on payment of a $5.2 billion (€4.8 billion) fine in Nigeria. International Business Times article

> Senegal launched a tender for a 4G licence. Reuters article

> South Africa's Telkom denied making an offer for mobile operator Cell C. Reuters article

> Apple was granted a patent covering eye-tracking software. Telegraph report

And finally...The smartphone 'blue light' blamed for keeping people awake at night. BBC News article

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