July 28, 2011

Daily News July 28, 2011

Orange and Google partner to speed up the spread of innovative SMS-based services in Africa

Nokia Debt Cut to Two Grades Above Junk by Moody’s With Negative Outlook

Vodafone Said to Near Deal to Buy Koc’s Internet Unit in Turkey

Samsung GALAXY S II Reaches New Heights with 5 Million Global Sales

Five Italian operators apply for 4G auction

MIIT Considering 3400-3600 MHz Spectrum for TD-LTE

Everything Everywhere adds 236,000 new contract customers in Q2

Verizon and U.S. Energy Dept.’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory to Collaborate on Energy-Saving Technologies

LG Electronics Shares Jump as Mobile-Phone Results Beat Analyst Estimates

LG Announces Second-Quarter 2011 Financial Results

Brazil mobile subscriptions rise 1.06% in June

TTSL to combine CDMA and GSM services

KT resubmits 2G switch-off plan to KCC

Mobile Gaming Revenues Will Exceed $16 Billion in 2016, as In-App Payments Grow

4G Wholesale Subscribers to Break 100 Million by 2016, Says ABI Research

TP reports 206% increase in net income

Handset makers get Windows Phone update 'Mango'
Microsoft says OS update has 500 new features, IE9; KDDI unveils first Mango handset.

Windows Phone “Mango” – Released to Manufacturing

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