Facebook denies location tracking claims; du claims Apple Watch first

Wireless news from around the web

> India-based Tata Communications is to sell Neotel in South Africa to Liquid Telecom and Royal Bafokeng Holdings. Reuters article

> Facebook rejected accusations it uses mobile users' location information when suggesting new friends. Telegraph report

> Dimoco, a provider of mobile carrier billing services, acquired the premium SMS business of Magyar Telekom subsidiary Telekom New Media. Dimoco announcement

> du said it is the first operator in the Middle East to retail Apple's Watch. du announcement

> Astellia said a fully virtualised version of its Nova RAN optimisation product can reduce the need for drive tests by 90 per cent. Astellia announcement

And finally…Private message hack costs teachers their jobs. BBC News report

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