Google still working on Glass; Apple set to hit $1T market valuation

> Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt said the company is still developing its Glass wearable, after apparently ditching the project in January. Article

> Apple is on track to become the world's first company with a market capitalisation of $1 trillion (€912 billion), Cantor Fitzgerald analysts forecast. Report

> Supercell, a Finland based mobile games developer, grew EBITDA from $267 million (€243 million) in 2013 to $570 million in 2014, as sales income tripled year-on-year. Report

> Turkcell Holding shareholders, led by TeliaSonera, agreed the company should pay out dividends worth TRY3.9 billion (€1.3 billion/$1.5 billion). Article

> Microsoft aims to capture 10 per cent of Portugal's smartphone sales in 2015, the company's mobile device sales director for Spain and Portugal said. Report [in Portuguese]

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