News In Brief: Microsoft, China Telecom, Google, T-Mobile, GSMA, Iridium

Microsoft has launched  a mobile version of its new Bing search engine at m.bing.com.

China Telecom will deploy China’s first VDSL2 network in Guangdong, supplied by Alcatel-Lucent, the vendor said.

The US justice department has launched a probe into possible hiring collusion by Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and several other tech companies, inside sources told  Bloomberg.

Microsoft will launch  Windows 7 on October 22.

T-Mobile said  it would launch a second Android handset early next season. The company will add a second new Android handset later this year.

The GSMA will hold its Mobile Asia Congress at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on November 18-19.

Satellite operator Iridium said  its Q1 net income fell nearly 42% to $9.7 million, due to expenses incurred rolling out its next-generation satellite program.

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