FASTTAKES: ZTE, Huawei, DoCoMo, Nokia, SingTel

Staff writer
31 Jan 2011
00:00

The Philippines government is planning a fresh push for compulsory registration of all SIM cards, after reports at least one phone had been used to trigger a car bomb attack in Makati City earlier this month.

Chinese vendor ZTEsaid its preliminary results show a 32.3% increase in 2010 profit to $491.3 million.

The US Committee on Foreign Investment into the United States (CIFUS) is probingHuawei's deal to acquire server company 3Leaf for signs of possible security implications.

Japan's NTT DoCoMo has revealed it aims to cut its carbon footprint to less than 90% of 2008 levels by 2020, reducing emissions by more than 120,000 tons.

Nokia has announced deals to integrate the services provided by Chinese web companies Sina and Tencent into Ovi Maps in China.

SingTel has signed a deal with Warner Music to add tracks from the distributor and EMI to its AMPed music library.

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