FASTTAKES: News Corp, CDG, Telefonica, Telenor Sweden, Cisco

Telecom Asia Staff
09 Jul 2009

News Corp is not interested in selling MySpace or in buying Twitter, CEO Rupert Murdoch toldReuters.

North Korea has launched a mobile propaganda news portal, aiming to circumvent South Korea\'s block on access to the North\'s websites - which doesn\'t yet apply to WAP sites.

More than 20 million customers worldwide are using CDMA450 services from 105 operators, the CDMA Development Group (CDG) said.

Telefonica has securedPalm Pre exclusives in the UK, Ireland and Germany, while Movistar has been granted exclusivity in Spain.

Telefonica O2 Germany and Telenor Sweden will both deployAcme\'s Packet Net-Net 400 SBCs at access and interconnect borders for IMS services.

Cisco has tapped Ned Hooper, senior vice president of corporate development and consumer, as Chief Strategy Officer (CSO). Hooper joined Cisco 11 years ago through the acquisition of Lightspeed International.

F-Secure has launched a new version of its Mobile Security suite in Hong Kong, adding anti-theft protection features for Symbian S60 5th edition and Windows Mobile handsets.

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