Vivendi outlines future after telecoms; Samsung warns on Q2

> Greece-based OTE said it was in preliminary talks with the main shareholder of a small rival, Forthnet, to buy its subscription television operations. Article

> Following the sale of SFR, Vincent Bollore gave the first hints of his strategy for Vivendi as he took over as chairman. Article

> Samsung CFO Lee Sang Hoon said the company expects its second-quarter earnings to be "not that good". Article

> Italian regulator AGCOM has proposed a new to wholesale telecom fees, in a move that could have an adverse effect on Telecom Italia. Article

And finally...Your smartphone can reveal even more about you than you may have thought: a study says more than 80 per cent of the common bacteria that make up our personal bacterial "fingerprints" end up on smartphone owners' screens. Article

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