News In Brief: China Telecom, M1, Google, PartyGaming, BT

China Telecom has cutover ZTE's EPON solution with its CDMA 1X service, becoming the world's first operator to implement EPON technology that offers 3G services.

M1 will today launch Singapore's first mobile prepaid broadband service, offering three days of unlimited data access for S$18 ($12).

Responding to attacks from newspaper groups , Google says  the company helps newspapers make money.

Online gaming company PartyGaming admitted to bank fraud and contravening other US laws, paying a $105 million settlement to avoid prosecution, the Financial Times said.

Thousands of Londoners lost phone services after BT contractors damaged  a BT cable. Resuming broadband services could take several days, BT said.

The European Commission has ratified  a new rule which could lead to most European cars having a built-in mobile phone which will report accidents automatically.

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