FASTTAKES: Apple, Samsung, ZTE, SK Telecom

Staff writer
27 Apr 2010
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California police raided the home of Gizmodo editor Jason Chen and seized four computers and two servers. Chen wrote extensively about Apple’s next-gen iPhone, using a device allegedly found in a bar and sold to the blogsite.

 

India’s mobile subscriber base grew from 564.02 million in February to 584.32 million in March, according to Telecom Regulatory Authority of India. 

 

Samsung has agreed to preload Yahoo services, including Yahoo Mail and Yahoo Messenger, on Samsung mobile devices, including those running on bada and Android platforms. 

 

The Bangladesh Mobile Phone Importers Association (BMPIA) has urged Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to reduce handset taxes and introduce policies to stop up to 200,000 illegal devices flooding the market every month, said the Financial Express. 

 

ZTE will supply a 1.4m-line IMS core network to China Mobile in several provinces.

 

SK Telecom has unveiled its first mobile in vehicle (MIV) telematics service for electric cars.

 

Samsung has launched its first Android-powered smartphone for the Korean market, the Galaxy A.

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telecomasia.net

Staff writer

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