The telecom regulatory authority of India (TRAI) has summoned top executives from Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular and Loop Mobile, accusing the operators of refusing mobile number portability requests.
China Mobile chairman Wang Jianzhou has retired from the post, and been replaced by former MIIT vice minister Xi Guohua.
Ericsson has increased its stake in its LG-Ericsson joint venture to 75% from 50%, in a private deal with partner LG.
BlackBerry smartphones are now being outsold by the iPhone in RIM's home market of Canada, research from IDC shows.
Nokia has concluded talks with staff at its Finland manufacturing plant, where it plans to lay off up to 1,000 employees.
Apple is gearing up to embed a larger 4.6-inch display in its next iPhone, which could launch during the second quarter.
Meg Whitman, the new chief executive of Hewlett Packard, admits jobs will be cut as part of a restructure, but said no decisions have yet been taken on how many.
Police from the Australian state of Queensland plan to conduct wardriving expeditions looking for insecure Wi-Fi hotspots, and then send informational letters informing residents of the dangers of leaving them insecure.
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