Oi sees no impact from Rioforte demise; VimpelCom sells 2 African businesses

> Yahoo generated $200 million (€157 million) in sales from mobile advertising in the third quarter of 2014, equivalent to 17 per cent of total revenue during the period. Report

> Apple's fiscal Q4 (calendar Q3) net income increased from $7.51 billion (€5.9 billion) in 2013 to $8.47 billion in the recent period, on strong iPhone sales. Article

> Sony is considering a second cut to its annual smartphone sales forecasts, after previously dropping its estimate from 50 million units to 43 million. Report

> More than half of UK web users say they are victims of cybercrimes including identity theft, online abuse and hacking. Article

> VimpelCom has sold businesses in Central African Republic and Burundi for $65 million (€51 million) to Econet Wireless Global. Article

> Oi said the liquidation of investment vehicle Rioforte was unlikely to have an impact on its operations. Article

And finally…So the new iPhone 6 Plus won't fit in your trouser pocket? Some operators are offering tailoring help. Article

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