FASTTAKES: KT, ITI, Motorola, Tata Tele, MediaTek

Staff writer
24 Aug 2010
00:00

Korea Telecom has announced plans to provide Wi-Fi services on all Seoul subway trains from November.

Separately, the operator has indicated it is not interested in an offer to acquire part or all of the government's majority stake in Woori Finance Holdings.

India's Liberty Group has emerged as the sole bidder for struggling local state-owned telecom equipment vendor ITI.

Android fansite My Droid World has been forced to remove a leaked early version of the Froyo Android 2.2 release, after receiving a cease and desist from Motorola.

India's Tata Teleservices has contractedNSN as its 3G equipment supplier. NSN will supply WCDMA-based equipment to the vendor.

Messaging services provider Synchronica has launched a toolkit for device vendors running MediaTek silicon, providing technical and commercial resources covering advanced messaging services. MediaTek is one of the biggest chipset suppliers to Chinese handset manufacturers.

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