FASTTAKES: Google, ZTE, Aktel

06 Oct 2006

Google introduces Google Code Search, a site that simplifies how software developers search for programming code to improve existing software or create new programs.

Google said it aims to help programmers sift through billions of lines of computer source code using its familiar search box.

ZTE plans to export mobile phones in Argentina this year from its Manaus factory in Brazil. The Manaus factory currently manufactures technology components and mobile phone units for the Chinese company.

Bangladesh's Aktel signs a deal with SMS service provider TynTec to deploy its international messaging transit SMS "Ëœhubbing' technology. Under the deal, Aktel will use TynTec's IMT to extend its SMS reach further into Europe and the US without the need to sign extra roaming agreements.

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