The UK's Virgin group plans to launch an own-brand MVNO in countries across Latin America in partnership with Tribe Mobile. Virgin already has MVNO operations in Australia and other countries.
Russia's Altimo has sold a nearly 6% voting stake in VimpelCom to Cyprus-based Forrielite for $100 million, in a deal which will see the termination of Altimo's shareholder agreement with Telenor.
Adobe has patched a cross-site scripting vulnerability in Flash that the company confirmed had been used in the recent high-profile hack attempt on Gmail accounts.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says no harm has come to anyone as a direct result of the site's publication of classified documents, and that the site played a significant but not major role in the recent Middle Eastern uprisings.
French bloggers have ridiculed a regulatory decision to restrict news anchors from mentioning specific sites such as Facebook or Twitter when telling the audience to visit the web to comment on stories or get more details, on the basis it violates rules banning surreptitious advertising.
An official Chinese news outlet has warned that Google's business could be harmed after it accused the company of being behind the Gmail attacks.
After a five-week market slump US tech stocks are trading at their cheapest price in comparison to ebitda multiples since at least 1998, crunching the numbers shows, despite ongoing concerns that a new tech bubble is developing.
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