News In Brief: HTC, AOL, Alca-Lu, F-Secure, TeliaSonera

HTC has unveiled its fourth Android-powered handset, the Tattoo. The handset will launch in Europe in October, and in other markets in the following months.
AOL has named Brad Garlinghouse as president of internet and mobile comms. The former Yahoo exec was most recently at VC firm Silver Lake.
Alcatel-Lucent has opened India's first IP Transformation Center. The center will develop, integrate and test IP networking solutions for the company's Indian and global customers.
F-Secure announced that its just-launched Internet Security 2010 suite will come pre-installed on Nokia Booklet 3G netbooks.
TeliaSonera has selected Alcatel-Lucent to deploy the first 100Mbps VDSL2-based access network in Finland, for the delivery of a national high definition IPTV service. The service will be deployed across TeliaSonera’s fiber-to-the-building (FTTB) architecture.

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