FASTTAKES: Dell, Nokia, Nortel, Apple, Verizon

Staff writer
19 Oct 2009
00:00

Michael Dell has confirmed his company will launch an Android phone in the US next year, following the development of Android phones for China Mobile.

Nokia

struggling

US and Canadian bankruptcy courts have approvedCiena's $521 million bid for Nortel's optical and carrier Ethernet businesses, setting the auction date for November 13.

Apple has revised the terms of its iPhone app store to allow in-app purchasing via free applications. Developers of paid apps have been eligible to take advantage of in-app purchasing since March.

Verizon Business has won a five-year contract to design, deploy and manage an IP-based network for Canadian-based financial services group Manulife Financial.

Australian artificial intelligence specialist Intelligent Software Development will collaborate with the national defense forces to increase their ability to wage network-centric warfare.

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