July 29, 2011

Daily News July 29, 2011

France Telecom Begins Swiss Division Sale, Posts Lower First-Half Profit
France Telecom solid first-half results and 2011 outlook confirmed in line with the strategic plan “adapt to conquer”

France Telecom to launch low-cost mobile brand in autumn

Telefonica Second-Quarter Profit Falls to $2.2 Billion, Missing Estimates

Telefónica's first-half revenues rose by 6.3% underpinned by the Latin American business and a sharp rise in mobile data revenue

Telesp: 2Q net income up 30% at BRL1.15bn

Verizon Wireless Announces $10 Billion Distribution to Verizon and Vodafone in January 2012

MTR cuts prompt revenue, EBITDA decline for Everything Everywhere

Sprint Falls Most Since 2008 on Customer Losses

Alibaba launches smartphone running its Cloud OS

Youku, China Unicom Launch Mobile Video UGC Platform

China's MIIT Announces June 2011 Telecom Statistics

Turkcell Drops into a Loss on Write-Downs

BT Profit Rises; Wins Broadband Market Share From Virgin Media, TalkTalk

Alcatel-Lucent Posts Better-Than-Expected Profit

Motorola Mobility’s Forecast Misses Estimates Amid Rising Competition

Motorola Mobility Announces Second-Quarter Financial Results

Pakistan considering open 3G auction

Android Tablets to close the gap on iPad in 2015
Tablet market to grow to over 230 million in 2015 from under 20 million in 2010

Demand for iPhones drives Softbank’s profits in fiscal first-quarter

NEC Consolidated Financial Results for the First Quarter of the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2012

Panasonic Consolidated Financial Results for First Quarter ended June 30, 2011

Fujitsu Reports Fiscal 2011 First-Quarter Financial Results

SHARP Consolidated Financial Results for the First Quarter Ended June 30, 2011

Sony Cuts Profit Forecast by 25% as Demand Slump Cripples Television Sales

Toshiba Announces Consolidated Results for the First Quarter of Fiscal Year Ending March 2012

Nintendo Slashes Profit Forecast 82%, Cuts Price of New 3DS Game Player

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