EU grants Google second probe extension; HTC plans job cuts as smartphone sales wane

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> The European Union extended the deadline for Google to respond to an antitrust probe for a second time. Bloomberg report

> Motorola Mobility parent Lenovo detailed plans to lay off around 3,200 staff after net profit fell 51 per cent year-on-year in the three months to end-June. Wall Street Journal article

> Citizen's Advice, a UK consumer charity, called for European Union roaming price caps to be extended globally. BBC News article

> HTC announced it will cut around 2,250 jobs as part of a broader restructure designed to return the company to profitability. Wall Street Journal report

And finally…Design a smartwatch for NASA. Bloomberg article

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