Japan's eAccess is deploying an LTE network that will provide theoretical downlink speeds of 300Mbps, by building the network to use 40 MHz of spectrum and devices featuring four antennas.
Amazon has reported a 57% slump in Q4 profit to $177 million, and missed analyst estimates with a 35% increase in revenue to $18.3 billion, despite nearly tripling Kindle sales year-on-year.
Nokia Siemens will cut 2,900 jobs in Germany and a further 1,200 in Finland, as part of its plan to slash 17,000 positions by end-2013.
Apple has appointed the CEO of European electronics retailer Dixons, John Browett, as the head of its chain of retail stores.
Mexicans are being overcharged $13.4 billion per year for telecom services in a market dominated by telecom tycoon Carlos Slim's Telmex and America Movil, a new study claims.
Cambodia's mobile penetration now exceeds 100%, with 14.96 million mobile subscriptions compared to an estimated population of 14.7 million.
Telstra has won a tender for a project to extend regional mobile coverage in the state of Western Australia with a A$106 million ($112.5 million) bid.
Two UK travellers have been refused entry to the US, after one of them tweeted that he was going to “destroy America.” The tweet's author insists he merely meant he was going to have a good time.
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