The human rights group suing Cisco for allegedly aiding in the detention and interrogation of Falun Gong members claims to have uncovered new evidence that Cisco tailored its products to achieve these goals, and helped teach Chinese officials to use technology to track the activists.
The UK government has delayed the planned 4G spectrum auction until Q2 next year at the earliest, in the wake of legal threats from operators including O2.
US regulators are reportedly investigating Motorola over allegations the vendor supplied bribe money that was funneled to political figures in Europe and the middle east.
At least 100 websites are now known to have been hit by a DNS attack at the weekend. Hackers in Turkey claimed responsibility for the attack, which misdirected the websites of major brands including Coca Cola and UPS.
The buyer reportedly interested in acquiring Alcatel-Lucent's enterprise business, Perima Advisors, is rumored to have decided against bidding for the entire division in favor of acquiring only call center software unit Genesys.
Spain's Telefonica has folded its struggling domestic unit into its European operations, and promoted a new chief to oversee the enlarged division.
Nokia Siemens has won a deal to upgrade Maltese operator GO's mobile network, including doubling the number of base stations and deploying an all-IP backhaul network.
Australian industry body Internet Industry Association is back on the hunt for a CEO, after its first choice resigned days he was scheduled to assume the role on September 12.