Webwire: China Mobile to pick LTE vendors; India $2.9b auction

Webwire: China Mobile to pick LTE vendors; India $2.9b auction

Dylan Bushell-Embling  |   March 17, 2011
China Mobile could name its expanded TD-LTE trial equipment vendors within weeks, according to Alatel-Lucent head of APAC Rajeev Singh-Morales.
India is looking to raise around 130 billion rupees ($2.87 billion) from the auction of more telecom spectrum next financial year - starting April 1, an unnamed telecom official said.
Apple's Nasdaq stock declined the most since June after a financial analyst expressed concerns that lower revenue growth at manufacturer Foxconn could indicate a similar trend for Apple, as the two companies' earnings were closely coupled last year.
Chinese writers have accused Baidu of encouraging copyright infringement with its Baidu Library service, which the authors say is often used to post their works online without permission.
Thailand's True Corp, through subsidiary True Universal Convergence, has started offering corporate customers 10Gbps services through its Ethernet network.
Leaked images of the latest device in Motorola’s successful Droid range show the unit will be one of the first to hook into accessories that turn the smartphone into a laptop or tablet PC.
Google has acquired Irish image processing specialist Green Parrot Pictures to boost the quality of video posted on YouTube.
An Australian state attorney general wants to introduce laws that would make it illegal to post violent or humiliating images of another person without their consent, in response to a viral video depicting schoolyard bullying.
Dylan Bushell-Embling


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