FASTTAKES: Microsoft, Ericsson, Rosetta Stone, MMA, Google

Telecom Asia Staff
13 Jul 2009

Microsoft has named Austen Mulinder as communications sector vice-president. Mulinder was previously vice-president for worldwide enterprise sales.

Translation technology vendor Rosetta Stone has takenGoogle to court for allowing competitors to use its trademarked terms as advertising keywords.

The Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) has appointed Sean Rach, managing director of mobile marketing firm OgilvyOne Worldwide Hong Kong, as chairman of its APAC board.

India's mobile subscriber base will exceed 771 million and the mobile services market will be worth $30 billion by 2013, according to Gartner.

The North Korean military is to blame for recent cyber attacks against US and South Korean websites, according to a South Korean news report.

Google CEO Eric Schmidt, who sits on Apple's board, will consider changing his role once Chrome OS is launched. Schmidt already recuses himself from discussions about the iPhone, due to Google's Android OS.

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