Webwire: Apple briefly most valuable in world; Nokia drops feature phones in NA

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10 Aug 2011
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Apple briefly becomes most valuable company

A surge in Apple's share price pushed its market capitalization beyond energy giant Exxon for part of yesterday's Nasdaq trading. Apple's market cap had reached a high of $347.3 billion during the day.

Bloomberg

Nokia to stop feature phone sales in NA

Nokia's US chief has revealed the company plans to stop selling feature phones or Symbian phones in the US and Canada, concentrating exclusively on smartphone sales through wireless operators.

All Things Digital

Verizon claims sabotage from striking workers

US police are investigating allegations from Verizon Communications that its striking employees have been conducting acts of sabotage - including cutting fiber, cable and phone lines.

The Boston Channel

News.com.au

Facebook debuts mobile messaging app

Facebook has launched a standalone mobile messaging app for Android and iOS smartphones named Facebook Messenger.

Wall Street Journal

India govt to keep stake in Bharti unit

The Indian government will hang on to its 30% stake in Bharti Airtel subsidiary Bharti Hexacom for now. Public sector company TCIL has been dissuaded from earlier intentions to exit the venture due in part to the operator's performance.

Economic Times

Wikipedia looking for more female editors

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales is hunting for more female contributors, to fill gaps in the user-edited encyclopaedia that the site's primarily “26-year-old geeky, male” editors lack the expertise to address.

Independent

NSN ramps up India manufacturing

Nokia Siemens Networks will extend its manufacturing facility in Chennai, India by nearly 50%, and increase to 33 the number of product lines produced there.

Hindu Business Line

Augmented reality app to rebuild WTC

A group of US developers are creating an augmented reality mobile app that will show an outline of the former World Trade Center towers in photos taken of the New York skyline.

New York Times

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