FASTTAKES: RIM, Tata Comms, Facebook, iiNet, Ericsson, LG

Staff writer
29 Jul 2010
00:00

RIM is planning to unveil a touchscreen BlackBerry next week that could compete more effectively with the iPhone, Reutersreports.

Tata Communications has posted a net loss of 2.81b rupees ($60m) for the June quarter. Revenue was up 10% from the same time last year.

A security researcher has released a file containing the names and other details of more than 100m Facebook users, with the aim of publicizing the site’s lax security policies.

Australian ISP iiNet is in talks to buy AAPT’s consumer business, after TPG Telecom’s bid for all of AAPT was rejected. AAPT owner Telecom NZ is now moving towards splitting the business and selling its wholesale fiber arm to NBN Co., the paper said.

Ericssonhas won its biggest Indian fiber contract, with a 500,000-line GPON deployment for Radius Infratel.

LGhas re-launched its app store, offering downloads to users in 33 countries.

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