FASTTAKES: Google, Jajah, Alca-Lu, Intel, Adam

Staff writer
12 Nov 2009
00:00

Google has set aside HK$100 million ($12.9 million) towards helping Hong Kong SMBs implement search engine marketing campaigns.

US-based VoIP startup Jajah is rumored to be the subject of a bidding war that could result in the company being sold off for up to $400 million.

Standard & Poor's has lowered its long-term corporate credit rating on Alcatel-Lucent to 'B' from 'B+', citing expectations that a turnaround in the vendor’s operating performance could take several quarters.

Intel has developed a handheld reader device designed for the blind and vision-impaired. The Intel Reader can convert printed text to digital text and then read it out loud.

Australian ISP Adam Internet has contracted Alvarion to build a Wimax network in Adelaide.

Wireless vendor Altai Technologies has pledged to donate Super Wi-Fi equipment for the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project in Sichuan, China.

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