FASTTAKES: Vodafone NZ, Optus, BT, Apple

Staff writer
27 Sep 2010

Vodafone NZ


Australia's Optus has announced it will become the first carrier in Australia to offer the Dell Streak tablet from October 1.



A sophisticated worm which targets industrial software used primarily in Iran may have been developed by a nation-state in an attempt at industrial sabotage, according to security researchers.

BT will surrender its extraneous NLD license in India, but not be refunded the entry fee. BT is currently using a second long-distance license, which it acquired through the purchase of i2i Enterprise in 2007, to deliver services in India.

Apple's iPhone again took first for consumer satisfaction in the latest JD Power and Associates smartphone rankings, scoring 800 on a 1,000 point scale compared to an industry average of 754.

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