TDC alarms market with lower profit estimate; Apple predicts revenue drop

Wireless news from around the web

> Apple predicted a drop in revenue for the first time in over a decade as iPhone sales growth slows. Reuters article

> TDC's share price fell after the Danish operator forecast a smaller-than-estimated profit this year and cancelled a dividend payment. Bloomberg article

> Uber detailed plans to monitor its drivers via their smartphones. Telegraph report

> AdaptiveMobile, a mobile network security company, launched Messaging App Security, a new product designed to protect messaging applications. AdaptiveMobile announcement

And finally…Selfie-taking trend among drivers could lead to imposition of 'drive safe' mode on smartphones. Mirror article

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