Nokia launches OZO VR camera; Samsung expected to boost size of flagship smartphone

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> Nokia launched OZO, a virtual reality camera it said is the first to be commercially available. Nokia announcement

> Samsung Electronics is tipped to unveil a bigger version of its flagship Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone at an event in New York in mid-August. Wall Street Journal report

> NOS, a Portuguese converged communications provider, agreed to deploy WeDo Technologies' RAID Telecom fraud management and revenue assurance software. WeDo Technologies release

> Myanmar's Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) has invited proposals from domestic public companies to become the market's fourth telecoms operator in partnership with a foreign company. Reuters article

> South Africa-based MTN said it expects to see lower earnings in the first half of 2015 because of weaker exchange rates. Reuters article

> Etisalat reported a 40 per cent fall in second-quarter net profit to AED1.5 billion (€369 million/$408.4 million) due to problems at its Saudi Arabia affiliate Mobily and foreign exchange losses. Reuters article

And finally...UK retailer Argos offered to help Brits offload an estimated £1 billion-worth of unused phones and other gadgets hidden away in dark corners. Guardian article

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