Bezeq profit higher than expected; Google trials new smartphone tracking technology

> Israel-based Bezeq saw profits rise higher than expected in the second quarter of 2014, after a large capital gain offset declines in mobile and fixed service revenue. Article

> Google is testing technology that connects smartphone owners' mobile internet usage with the adverts they choose to view. Report

> Facebook users teamed up to sue the company over monitoring policies they say breach EU privacy laws. Report

> Apple said its App Store has created 500,000 jobs in Europe, and generated $6.5 billion (€4.8 billion) for developers in the region. Article

> TDC shares slumped after the Danish operator said it lost two local government tenders and indicated that it would have to lower broadband prices in 2015. Article

> High streets across the UK are witnessing the arrival of a new mobile handset and electronics retail brand: Dixons Carphone has opened the first seven of its combined stores. Article

And finally…Why must I be a teenager in love? Research by Deloitte shows loved up teens are fuelling strong growth in use of mobile messaging apps. Article

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