This week Google won one legal battle but faces a whole lot more, while users complained of a glitch in the iPhone 4.
Google won a $1 billion copyright case brought by Viacom over the posting of unauthorized videos on YouTube.
But the investigations into Google’s collection of data over Wi-Fi networks widened, with the UK police opening a criminal case and US states weighing a joint inquiry.
Hutchison Whampoa Ltd (HWL) could end up paying $2 billion in tax to the Indian government over the sale of the group’s Indian business to Vodafone three years ago.
Alcatel-Lucent won the first major tender for the Australian project, a A$70 million contract to supply GPON gear.
The Indonesian regulator could allow new Wimax licensees to build networks with mobile Wimax technology.
Consumers queued up around the world as the iPhone 4 went on sale, but many were disappointed as stores sold out.
Some of those who did get the new phone said it dropped calls and complained about a yellow discoloration on the screen.
Apple held talks with China Unicom over selling the iPhone 4 and the iPad in China.
In response to the new Apple device, Google and partner Verizon released the Android-powered Droid X.