India's Supreme Court has rejected an application from the government to review its verdict that Vodafone is not required to pay a $2.2 billion tax bill.
Thai state-owned operator TOT is in talks to share its mobile towers and fiber with private operator and current concessionaire AIS.
Tests of Apple's new iPad show that the device can run up to 13 degrees Fahrenheit hotter than the iPad 2 while playing games, lending credence to reports of the device running uncomfortably hot.
Korea Telecom plans to increase its annual investment by 20% in 2012, as it aims to catch up to its rivals in terms of LTE coverage and adoption. Executives have agreed to take a 10% pay cut if they miss their LTE targets.
A vandal is believed to be responsible for cutting a fiber cable owned by Australian operator Telstra. The cable break knocked out 21,000 phone lines, 9,000 broadband services and a few towers.
Sales of Microsoft's Windows Phone smartphones outpaced Nokia's Symbian platform in Britain, with Microsoft's share of the market increasing to 2.5%, according to research from Kantar.
Nokia has filed a patent in the US covering the concept of tattooing material onto a person's skin, that would be paired to a mobile device and vibrate to communicate alerts such as an incoming call or a low battery.
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