Iliad boosted by T-Mobile failure; Twitter turned into mobile payment service

> Iliad's share price grew 13 per cent in early trading on the morning after it pulled out of its pursuit of a controlling stake in T-Mobile US. Report

> Google, Apple and other U.S. corporations are unlikely to quit Ireland after it closes a tax loophole, analysts say. Article

> France's second largest bank, Groupe BPCE, is enabling money transfers on Twitter to publicise its S-Money mobile payment service. Report

> U.S. high school researchers found 15 per cent of teenagers perform better in homework when 'distracted' by SMS, social media, and music. Article

> Qualcomm has agreed to buy UK-based chipmaker CSR for £1.56 billion (€1.96 billion/$2.5 billion). Article

> European Union Trade Chief Karel De Gucht said the EU and China have found a way to resolve the dispute over Chinese exports of telecoms equipment. Article

And finally...First there were Heartbleed and Shellshock; now there is 'Poodle', the latest bug to hit the web. Article

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