Twitter records broken during World Cup match; Samsung heading for worst earnings in two years

> Orange launched an e-commerce website selling smartphones to U.S. and Mexican consumers. Release

> Apple faces a lawsuit in China, after a local court ruled the U.S. company infringes a patent of Zhizhen Internet Technology. Report

> Motorola Deutschland and parent Motorola Mobility were ordered to stop selling mobile phones in Germany, due to infringing an antenna patent. Article

> Samsung Electronics issued unexpectedly weak quarterly earnings guidance, which put it on track for its worst results in two years. Article

> Twitter records were broken when 35.6 million messages were posted during Germany's 7-1 victory over Brazil in the first FIFA World Cup semi-final match. Report

And finally…The European Union may have tackled roaming fees here, but watch out for charges when you travel further afield: a teenage girl ran up a £9,000 (€11,332/$15,405) bill while on holiday in Antigua, largely due to Facebook updates. Article

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