News In Brief: ARCEP; Telefonica, Twitter, HTC, Adobe

French regulator ARCEP has welcomed a new regulatory framework covering fiber to the home unveiled by the EC this week, stating it will give operators the predictability needed to make investment decisions.
The 2012 Olympic Games will help London become the first city in Europe to launch mass-market NFC payment systems, according to Pablo Montesano, head of Telefonica’s mobile financial services division.
Twitter apologized to users after a script flaw allowed the spread of worms and prank messages.
HTC will trial TD-LTE handsets on FarEasTone's experimental TD-LTE network in northern Taiwan from next month.

Adobe lifted earnings 69% but its stock fell on a weak sales forecast,WSJ reported.

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