This week governments wrung their hands over RIM, as Google and Verizon neared a ground-breaking net neutrality deal.
Google and Verizon were close to a net neutrality deal, setting ground rules on how networks deal with different kinds of traffic.
Motorola is building a tablet device for watching TV.
India’s Department of Telecommunications agreed to build a 4G network for the military as part of their latest spectrum deal.
Hutchison Whampoa’s 3G group narrowed its loss and said it would turn its first profit this year. Its Hong Kong group increased earnings 41% while its Australian arm posted a rare profit thanks to its joint venture with Vodafone.
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