Netflix expands in Europe; Czech Telefónica to just use O2 brand in future

> Samsung faces a profit margin battle, after SK Telecom, the largest mobile operator in South Korea, slashed the price of its Galaxy S4 smartphone. Article

> AT&T's deal to acquire U.S. satellite-TV company DirecTV signals a cooling in the U.S. operator's European ambitions. Article

> Lenovo, the Chinese consumer electronics company that is acquiring Motorola Mobile, grew net income 25 per cent in the first calendar quarter of 2014. Article

> Shareholders of Telefónica Czech Republic have agreed to change the company's name to 'O2 Czech Republic' as of June 21. The operator is now owned by local investor PPF. Article

> EE has come under fire over "misleading" claims that it provides the 'most reliable broadband", and has been forced to drops its ads following complaints from BT. Article

> Netflix announced plans to expand in further markets across Europe: Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg. Article

And finally...Rabbits are being used to test wireless pacemakers the size of grains of rice. Article

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