Ericsson reports Q1 profit fall; Apple tries to stop Watch teardown analysis

> Microsoft's share price was boosted by earnings that beat analysts forecasts. Report

> Samsung increased production of curved displays for its flagship Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone from 2 million units per month to 5 million. Report

> Apple took steps to prevent teardown analysis of its newly launched Watch wearable device. Article

> Ericsson posted a surprise fall in first-quarter profits, after the operating profit in the quarter fell to SEK2.1 billion (€224 million/$240 million) from SEK2.6 billion in the same period last year. Article

And finally…The Cannes Film Festival is set to clamp down on the "grotesque" habit of taking red-carpet selfies. Article

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