FASTTAKES: Verizon Wireless, China Mobile, Cable & Wireless Worldwide, M1, Lenovo

Staff writer
22 Jul 2010

Verizon Wireless will launch its LTE service in the US on November 15, according to Engadget.

China Mobile and China Telecom will deploy Alcatel-Lucent’s fiber-based PON solutions in 14 and 18 provinces respectively, according to Alca-Lu.

Cable & Wireless Worldwide has won a contract with Pakistan subsea cable operator Trans World Associates to provide data network solutions to Europe and the US.

M1 will start selling Apple’s iPad with 3G and Wi-Fi from July 23. iPad subs will receive 10GB of free data with a S$20 ($14.53) prepaid card.

Lenovo plans to offer a tablet PC, the LePad, running on the Android OS.

The Bluetooth SIGhas launched a Bluetooth apps contest.

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