OTE earnings not hit by Greek financial crisis; Inmarsat prepares to complete Global Xpress network

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> Vivendi chairman Vincent Bollore said his company does not want to dictate the strategy of Telecom Italia. Reuters article

> Greece-based OTE reported little change in its domestic revenue in the second quarter despite the Greek financial crisis. Reuters article

> Deutsche Telekom reported flat mobile service revenue in Germany, causing EBITDA to decline 1.4 per cent to €2.22 billion ($2.42 billion). Reuters article

> HTC's share price plummeted after it predicted third-quarter losses up to five times higher than analyst expectations. Bloomberg article

> Google and Samsung Electronics are stepping up the release of updated versions of Android to tackle a growing cyber attack risk. Reuters report

> Inmarsat plans to launch the satellite to complete its Global Xpress broadband network at the end of August after the first rocket launch failed in May. Reuters article

And finally…Samsung struggles to make its smartphones trendy. Telegraph report

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