February 1, 2012

Daily News February 1, 2012

China Telecom to launch CDMA-compatible iPhone

China Telecom confirms iPhone 4S launch

Samsung Probed by EU Antitrust Regulator for Abuse of Mobile-Phone Patents

Windows Phone Tango may add support for up to 120 languages

Tablet boom makes Apple No 1 PC maker: research firm

ARM Holdings Revenues and Profits Jump on Smartphone Shipments

RIM Launches BlackBerry Business Cloud Services for Microsoft Office 365

Rogers Wireless Expands LTE Coverage in Canada

LG Uplus outlines plans for increased LTE investment

Nokia Siemens to cut 4,100 jobs in Germany, Finland

Amazon.com Announces Fourth Quarter Sales up 35% to $17.43 Billion; Kindle Device Sales Nearly Triple During the Holidays

India to allow 2G spectrum sharing

AT&T sees 1.2 billion Wi-Fi connections in 2011

MetroPCS drops $40 unlimited LTE plan

Ericsson Wins Backhaul Upgrade Contracts in Belgium and Germany

London Lagging Rest of the UK for 3G Mobile Broadband Speeds

Globe Telecom gears up for competition with much bigger rival PLDT

Optus Marks 20th Birthday As Australian Telco

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo talks censorship

Facebook to file $5 billion IPO: IFR

eAccess completes tests of 300Mbps ultra-high speed data service

Toshiba cuts outlook after Q3 profit tumbles

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