Bangalore police have ordered Google to suspend Street View mapping operations in the Indian city, less than a month after the project launched there.
South Korea's telecom regulator has launched a probe into whether operators are providing excessive handset subsidies. SK Telecom requested such an investigation last week.
China on Tuesday launched its newest communications satellite. The Zhongxing-10 will provide communication, broadcasting and other data transmission services to China and Asia.
Thailand's two state-owned operators, CAT and TOT, are finalizing agreements to merge their 3G networks via a roaming deal. One sticking point is the fate of TOT's plan to negotiate a joint 3G base station deal with private operator AIS.
Indian tower management company GTL Infrastructure is considering asking the nation's stock market regulator to probe recent trades in the company, after its share price fell sharply recently in a result the company blames on market speculators.
Lebanon's new communications minister, Nicolas Sehnawi, will announce his roadmap for reform and modernization of the nation's telecom sector in around a month.
Taiwanese handset component makers could be in for a weak second half now that key clients Nokia and RIM have both downgraded their guidance for the rest of the year, industry sources say.
A crippling hack attack on Australian domain name registrar and hosting provider Distribute.IT has left at least 4,800 websites unrecoverable.
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