Apple Watch shows better first-year performance than iPhone; Viva Kuwait reports 5% dip in Q1 profit

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> Viva Kuwait reported a 5 per cent fall in first-quarter net profit to KWD9.8 million (€29 million/$32.5 million). Reuters article

> IDC predicted shipments of virtual reality headsets will hit at least 9 million in 2016, the bulk of which will use smartphones as their display. BBC News report

> Apple shipped twice as many Watch devices in its first year on the market as it did the original iPhone: 12 million Watch's versus 6 million iPhones. Wall Street Journal report

> Carphone Warehouse launched its first campaign for MVNO iD, with a focus on its core audience of millennials. Campaign article

And finally…WiFi and LAN technologies guard South African rhinos. BBC News article

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