Tele2 repeats 2014 forecast; Stronger iPhone sales boost Apple's profits

> Nearly half of British children aged four to six now use smartphones and tablets as their primary gaming device, rather than dedicated consoles. Article

> Better-than-expected iPhone sales in the first calendar quarter of 2014 helped Apple achieve a profit of $10.2 billion (€7.3 billion) in the period. Article

> Facebook increased the proportion of revenues generated from mobile advertising in the first quarter of 2014, and beat analyst forecasts with a profit of $642 million (€463 million). Article

> Aviat Networks said its latest 70-80GHz small cell and macrocell backhaul radio is the smallest and lightest in the market. Release

> Tele2 repeats its forecast for 2014 and sees improved results in coming quarters in Sweden and the Netherlands. Article

> Following the sale of SFR, Vivendi said it would pay out close to €5 billion in dividends and buy backs this year and next. Article

And finally…Football is the most popular subject among African Twitter users, research by Portland Communications found. Article

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