Samsung Q2 earnings guidance falls short of expectations; Microsoft prepares smartphone business lay-offs

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> Telecom Italia's tower unit Inwit said it has raised a total of €875.3 million ($964 million) from the total global offering of its shares. Inwit release

> Samsung guided towards a second-quarter profit of KRW6.9 trillion (€5.5 billion/$6 billion), some way short of the average KRW7.2 trillion analysts expected. FierceWireless article

> Microsoft's smartphone business is in the firing line for a fresh round of job cuts. New York Times report

> An app for iOS and Android smartphones reveals who has ditched you on Facebook or Twitter. Telegraph article

> Nokia Networks and du are using drones to help plan and test the UAE-based operator's mobile network. Nokia Networks release

And finally...Word and punctuation usage separates the wheat from the chaff with tweets. BBC News article

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