Telecom NZ reported a 56.8% decline in net profit, due to writedowns on its copper-based assets in anticipation of the government's UFB fiber project, but said its adjusted net earnings grew 1.6%.
Verizon's wireline workers have agreed to end their strike and return to the negotiating table, with unions claiming the company has agreed to seriously engage in bargaining on sticking points including pensions and heath care contributions.
HTC CEO Peter Chou has reiterated the company's commitment to Android, in the wake of Google's planned $12.5 billion purchase of HTC's handset maker rival, Motorola Mobility.
Apple appears to have altered another photograph in a court filing in its legal battle against Samsung - changing the dimensions of the Galaxy S to more closely match the iPhone. Apple was previously accused of making similar manipulations to a Galaxy Tab photo.
Google is planning an ambitious project to capture Street View maps of paths, villages and community centres near the Amazon and Rio Negro rivers in northwest Brazil.
Energy giant Tepco plans to sell its 8% stake in KDDI to help pay for compensation claims from the Fukushima Daiichi reactor meltdown.
The US will provide Iraqi authorities with equipment to help monitor phone calls and SMS for signs of terrorist activity.
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