Apple has scheduled a media briefing on March 7, and is widely expected to use the event to announce the latest iteration of the iPad.
Russia's Sistema has threatened to invoke an India-Russia Bilateral Investment Treaty to take the Indian government into international arbitration over the cancellation of JV Sistema Shyam's 2G licenses earlier this month.
A financial analyst group has predicted that KT may abandon a deal worth over $500 million to acquire a 20% stake in South Africa's Telkom, or seek to cut the purchase price, now that Telkom is facing a 3.25 billion rand ($431.5 million) antitrust fine for alleged abuse of market dominance.
Lightsquared CEO Sanjiv Ahuja has resigned in the wake of regulator FCC's decision earlier this month to block plans to deploy a 4G network using satellite spectrum. But Ahuja will retain the post of chairman.
Hong Kong's PCCW will pay a 4% higher dividend for 2011, despite reporting a 16.6% decline in earnings for the year to HK$1.6 billion ($206.3 million).
Twitter plans to start rolling out sponsored tweets from promoted accounts across the social network's official mobile clients.
A new report from the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) accuses illegal internet pharmacies of using social media channels to market both controlled and illicit drugs to young people.
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