FASTTAKES: Telstra, AT&T, ZTE, Nokia

Staff writer
21 Oct 2009
00:00

After upgrading 1856 exchanges to ADSL2+, Telstra says it will no longer invest in its copper network.

An AT&T lobbyist has called on employees of the US operator to protest regulator FCC's proposed new net neutrality rules.

Chinese vendor ZTE has opened an LTE laboratory at its Texas facility. The lab will be used to demonstrate and test ZTE's dual-mode CDMA/LTE platform.

Nokia and mobile software vendor Tanla have entered a five-year agreement to collaborate on mobile payments.

Middle-aged and older adults who start using the internet for the first time find their brain functions boosted after just one week of surfing, according to UCLA scientists.

China has slipped one place in the annual RSF press freedom index, which covers online speech as well as traditional media freedoms. It is now ranked 168th, seven spots from the bottom.

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