Huawei says its GSM networks now connect more than 1 billion people – roughly a quarter of worldwide GSM users.
News Corp. has signed up 105,000 paying customers for the digital versions of The Times and The Sunday Times since it started charging for access sites several months ago.
AT&T India has won a three-year contract to provide VPN and network integration services between Harley-Davidson’s US and India branches.
Australian regulator ACCC has won a court claim that Optus misled customers with advertising about its broadband plans, and is requesting a fine and corrective advertising.
Korean telco KT Corp. has launched Otayori, a digital photo frame service, under license from NTT DoCoMo.
Amazon is offering customers the chance to send personalized gift cards to their Facebook friends direct from its website.
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