FASTTAKES: Nokia, Google, Microsoft, Huawei, Amazon, AT&T

12 Aug 2009
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Nokia said it had signed up one million Ovi Mail users within the service's first six months of operations.

Google has launched a hands-on preview of a next-generation search infrastructure codenamed Caffeine, which aims to offer improved search algorithms.

Microsoft and Nokia will today announce a partnership, which is likely to focus on Office applications for Nokia handsets.

Huawei and Vodafone Germany will partner to test LTE technology on the 790-862MHz Digital Dividend band.

The Kindle eReader is likely to represent of all Amazon sales within five years, according to financial services firm Cowen and Company.

US operator AT&T may have changed its terms of service to prevent class-action lawsuits. But the contract terms may not hold up in a number of state courts.

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