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Capacity sector weathers double-whammy

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Time to open the books on NBN deals

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Douglas Li sounds off on issues of the day

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July 20, 2009
Industry expects China Mobile to swap out more Datang gear

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The iPhone generation is bemused by first-gen Walkmans. Pay attention.

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DRM isn't stopping illegal movie downloads - time for a rethink, says In-stat

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China internet in well-practiced lockdown after 150 die in ethnic violence

John C. Tanner
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Twitter has gone from standing joke to the voice of dissent in Iran. It's not the new journalism, but that's not the point

Robert Clark
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Operators queuing up to run TD trials

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Mobile music in 2009: still a no-brainer, but still very much an ad-hoc market-by-market work in progress

Robert Clark
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1989 means China cannot tolerate an open telecom sector


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