FASTTAKES: Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, NBN

Staff writer
20 May 2010
00:00

Facebook has inked deal with 50 mobile operators that allows users to access its new and faster mobile siteZero for free

Capgemini will market and deliver Microsoft’scloud-based communication and collaboration services, the firms announced yesterday.

China’s network watchdog CNCERT has warned that websites containing malicious software surged last week, reported China Daily.

Apple’s iPhone accounted for 72% of smartphones sales in Japan in the year to end-March, said Tokyo-based MM Research Institute.

Australian telco Primus has launched its NBN-based fiber service in Tasmania, with contract prices starting from A$39.95 per month ($33.83), said theAustralian.

Mobile local search users are tipped to reach almost 1.5 billion by 2014 as GPS functionality migrates into mass market handsets, forecasts Juniper Research.

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