Apple stock falls on China sales concerns; BT CEO calls for Ofcom review of Sky TV

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> Apple investors' fears over a slowdown in sales to China pushed the company's stock price down. Reuters article

> Vivendi is likely to have only one seat on Telecom Italia's board, not two, sources say. The representative in question, Tarak Ben Ammar, also sits on the Vivendi board. Reuters article

> BT CEO Gavin Patterson called on Ofcom to include a review of rival Sky's UK pay TV service in a broader review of the country's comms market. Bloomberg report

> Samsung Electronics is tipped to launch its latest Galaxy Note smartphone in mid-August. Reuters report

> ZTE and Japanese operator SoftBank said they will begin trialling a precursor to 5G technology in 2016. Reuters report

> Saudi Arabian Investment Company (Sanabil Investments) is to buy a minority stake in MVNO Virgin Mobile Saudi Arabia. Arabian Business article

And finally...May the Force be with you? There's an app for that...Digital Spy article

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