Apple Watch gets mixed reviews; Orange offers Jazztel concessions

> Hutchison Whampoa and VimpelCom are reportedly close to agreeing a deal on the merger of their respective Italian mobile businesses. Article

> Cameroon will renew the operating licence of South Africa-based MTN and give the group a 3G licence. Article

> Orange offered concessions to European Union antitrust regulators in an attempt to ease competition concerns about its €3.4 billion ($3.6 billion) deal to buy Spanish operator Jazztel. Article

> Telecom Egypt plans to spend more than $400 million (€375 million) this year mainly on building a fibre network in the country. Article

> Telecom Italia entered talks with Netflix over a possible content deal. Article

> Qatar-based Ooredoo reported an 89 per cent drop in fourth-quarter net profit to QAR55 million (€14 million/$15.1 million). Article

> Huawei focused on battery life in a teaser image of its latest flagship smartphone, the P8. Article

> Apple's Watch received a mixed reaction following its launch on Monday (Mar. 9). Report

And finally…Snake goes large; now what about Tetris? Article

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