FASTTAKES: Google, Apple, Softbank Mobile, ARM, Cisco, HTC

Staff writer
08 Jun 2010

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal has written to Google asking whether it had collected data over unsecured Wi-Fi networks without the owners' permission, said Reuters.



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Tudor Brown, president of iPad chip provider ARM, says it “too early” to make a call on the success of tablet PCs, the FTreports.

Apple has won permission from Cisco, which sells the IOS router, to name its latest iPhone operating system iOS 4, saidEngadget.

Taiwan vendor HTChas acquired French global mobile software firm Abaxia for a reported $13m.

Telstra has unveiled a social networking service, Tribe, that combines Facebook, Twitter and MySpace in a single location. Telstra said the number of 3G customers using Facebook has increased 390% since April 2009.

Alcatel-Lucent has appointed Robin Dargue executive vice president of business and IT transformation, effective July 21.

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