News In Brief: Samsung, CamGSM, MySpace, Grameen, BSNL, Dell

Samsung expects to sell more than 40m smartphones worldwide in 2011, double the projection for 2010, the Nikkei business daily reported.
Broadband research firm Point Topic says the £530m (€607m) allocated to broadband infrastructure development across the UK is “not nearly enough.”
Cambodian cellco CamGSM will borrow $591m from Chinese banks to buy Huawei gear. It is Cambodia’s biggest vendor financing deal.
MySpace must improve its financial performance “in quarters, not in years,” or its days are numbered, according to Chase Carey, president of owner News Corp.
The Grameen Foundation, Qualcomm and Bakrie Telecom have opened an application lab in Indonesia, focusing on the needs of the poor.

Dell will shift 25,000 employees off BlackBerry and over to Windows Phone 7-based Dell Venue Pro, Reuters reports.

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