This week Hutchison Telecom planned a separate listing for its Hong Kong business, and Ofcom promised BT a free hand in pricing its wholesale broadband.
Ofcom said BT would be free to set wholesale prices on its new fiber broadband network.
Hong Kong businessman Joseph Lau revealed that he and a group of "friends" had bought a $200 million stake in PCCW, but were not subject to the SFC probe into vote-rigging.
Amazon began selling its Kindle e-reader through Apple's apps store.
YouTube and Universal, the world's largest music label, are reported to be in advanced discussions over a premium music video site.
The PC industry is going through its worst slump ever, said Gartner. It predicts unit sales will fall 12% this year. Mobile phone shipments fell 4.6% in Q4.
Two Britons were convicted for an attempted $320 million heist - a world record - from the Sumitomo Mitsui Bank in London using keystroke loggers.
An ITU study found Singapore and Hong Kong had Asia's lowest phone charges.
Psion demanded $1.2 billion damages from Intel for allegedly using the netbook trademark without its permission.
US wireless operators face up to $4.8 billion in spectrum fees over the next decade.
A Facebook exec said the company's bid for microblogger Twitter failed because the parties could not agree on a valuation for Facebook.
RailCorp of New South Wales threatened legal action against the developer of an iPhone app train timetable.
And an Australian postdoc scientist created a Maxwell Smart-style shoephone.
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