News In Brief: Apple, AT&T, Unitech Wireless, Ericsson, Virgin

Apple has banned Maza Digital's Drivetrain bittorrent client from its app store, citing copyright concerns. 
 
Researchers from AT&T, NEC and Corning have completed a record-breaking transmission test, successfully transmitting data at 32Tbps on a single optical fiber over 580 km.
 
Unitech Wireless has awarded Wipro Infotech a nine-year “multi-hundred-million” dollar IT outsourcing contract. 
 
Thai prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is pressuring  the ICT ministry to accelerate 3G progress to help stimulate the economy.
 
Ericsson has no plans to develop 3G femtocells, believing there to be inadequate demand for the technology.
 
French MVNO Virgin Mobile France and cable operator Numericable are considering issuing a joint bid for the nation's fourth 3G license.

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