Apple has been ordered by a US judge to provide the full details of its settlement and licensing agreement with HTC to Samsung's lawyers, Apple has previously shared a copy of the contract redacted down to just 33 words.
Huawei has launched a network operation center in Egypt. The Cairo facility will provide services to the North African region.
Australia has published proposed changes to tax law aimed at forcing units of large multinationals such as Google Australia to pay local taxes on revenue earned in the country, instead of routing it to off-shore sister subsidiaries.
The five winners of India's recent 1,800-MHz spectrum auction will need to pay at least a third of the bid amount by December 1, the nation's telecom ministry has announced.
The European Parliament has warned that ITU should not be given authority over key internet systems and processes, objecting to a proposal from Russia and others to take control away from groups including US-based ICANN in favor of the UN agency.
Orange Spain plans to keep offering handset subsidies to lure more users from rivals Telefonica and Vodafone, which stopped subsidizing smartphones to conserve cash in the midst of the nation's economic crisis.
A Nokia spokesperson said the company plans to bring its rebranded HERE maps service to “all screens and [operating systems], but stayed coy over whether that means a version for the upcoming BlackBerry 10 is planned.