FASTTAKES: Google, Motorola, AT&T, Bahrain Telecom, Microsoft

Staff writer
30 Jul 2010

Chinese authorities have blocked Google’s web and mobile searches, the company says.

Motorola has posted a six-fold year on year increase in Q2 net profit to $162 million, ahead of analyst expectations. But net sales fell 1.5% to $5.4 billion.

AT&Thas namedAlcatel-Lucent, Cisco, and Juniper as domain suppliers for IP, MPLS, Ethernet and evolved packet core equipment. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Bahrain Telecom’s plans to up its stake in Indian startup S Tel have been turned down by the government for security reasons, said the Economic Times.

Microsofthas once more talked up its tablet range while showing off new Samsung and LG phones running Windows Phone 7.

Mobile device sales in India are forecast to reach 138.6m in 2010, an increase of 18.5% over 2009, according to Gartner.

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