FASTTAKES: Nokia, Pacnet, Vodafone Qatar, Yahoo, OLPC, Telstra

Staff writer
28 May 2010

Handset leader Nokia and browser firm Opera Software have pledged to support Adobe’s Flash in its row with Apple, Reuters reports.

Pacnet and new Middle East subsea cable Gulf Bridge International (GBI)struck a connectivity deal.

Vodafone Qatar is taking legal action against the Qatari regulator over the awarding of a license to Virgin Mobile, FT.comreports.

Yahoo could return to double-digit revenue growth in the next few years following a revamps of its network of websites. CEO Carol Bartz told analysts net revenue growth between 2011 and 2013 would average 7%-10%.

The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) scheme has signed a deal with chip firm Marvell to build a $100 tablet.

In a major break from the past, Telstraannounced technicians were now available to do home installations and repairs on weekends.

Google has completed its $750m acquisition of AdMob.

Worldwide PC shipments will grow 22% this year, Gartnerpredicts.

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