Nokia may relicense handset brand; Telekom Slovenia sells Gibtelecom stake

> Google app developers are increasingly turning their attention away from its Glass device towards other wearable devices such as smart watches. Article

> Nokia is exploring licensing opportunities for its brand, after Microsoft dropped the moniker from its latest Lumia smartphone. Report

> Orascom cut its net loss to EGP72.6 million (€8 million/$10.2 million) in the third quarter, compared with a loss of EGP248.3 million in the previous year. Article

>  Telekom Slovenia sold its 50 per cent stake in Gibraltar-based Gibtelecom to Gibraltar's government for €47.7 million ($59.59 million). Article

And finally…Humans aren't the only target for makers of wearable fitness trackers. Article

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