Trading suspended in Portugal Telecom shares; Dutch mobile payments start-up Adyen valued at $1.5B

> Alvarion Technologies, an Israel-based provider of Wi-Fi, point-to-point and point-to-multi point services, won Wi-Fi Alliance certification for its WBSn 2400 base stations. Release

> Apple revealed record App Store billings of nearly $500 million (€423 million) for the first week in January, and said developers earned revenues of $10 billion in 2014. Release

> Adyen, a Netherlands-based mobile payments start-up, has been valued at $1.5 billion (€1.2 billion) after an investment round that raised $250 million. Report

> Trade in Portugal Telecom SGPS shares was suspended on Friday after the CMVM market regulator requested more details about a shareholder meeting due to be held next week. Article

And finally…The Internet of Everything: now featuring connected babies. Article

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