New Zealand's Pacific Fiber has abandoned plans to build a subsea cable linking New Zealand, Australia and the US, after failing to secure the required $400 million in funding.
Indonesia's PT Indosat swung to a 148.5 billion rupiah ($15.7 million) net loss for the June quarter, due in part to the weakening rupiah.
More than 1,000 Chunghwa Telecom employees have staged a protest at the offices of Taiwanese regulator NCC, complaining about the decision to force the operator to share its last mile connections with its rivals.
Norway's Telenor has escalated the row with estranged Indian partner Unitech, by seeking to auction the Uninor joint venture and migrate its Indian business to a new company.
The US will formally oppose bids by China, Russia and others to expand the authority of the ITU to regulate the internet, branding the proposal a threat to the net's open nature.
Facebook shares fell to a new low of $20.88 after the company published second quarter results showing slowing sales growth, and due to continuing concerns over the company's mobile monetization strategy.
A US judge has revived InterDigital's patent violation lawsuit against Nokia, finding that the ITC erred in its definition of key terms in two of the patents.
US regulator FCC has ordered Verizon to stop blocking its customers' access to third-party tethering apps on the Android app store. Verzion has agreed to pay $1.25 million to settle the investigation into the practice.