FASTTAKES: Apple, AUSPI, Hynix

Staff writer
29 Dec 2009
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The UK government's proposal to disconnect from the internet users caught repeatedly engaging in piracy could cost broadband consumers up to £500 million ($800.2 million), the administration admitted.

 

India's CDMA industry body, AUSPI, has urged telecom regulator TRAI to continue its hands-off policy on tariffs, in response to concerns the regulator may seek to legislate an end to the nation's escalating price war.  

 

South Korean chipmaker Hynix has announced plans to spend 2.9 trillion won ($1.95 billion) in capex next year, without providing further details.

 

A New Zealand man has been sentenced to five years in jail, after admitting to a multi-million dollar fraud involving operating a fake bank in the US.

 

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San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsome will soon propose a city ordinance requiring mobile phone retailers to display information about cellphone radiation on store shelves.

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telecomasia.net

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