News In Brief: TBC, Ericsson, Infinio, TDIA, Google, Sun

Owners of Taiwan cable operator TBC are reportedly keen to sell up to 49% of the company. It is owned by two investment funds linked to Australia’s Macquarie Group and UK-based Intermediate Capital Group.
Ericsson has launched an HSPA module specifically designed for netbooks.
IPTV specialist BNS, now rebranded Infinio after a backdoor takeover by a Singapore company, has reported a net profit of S$2.2m ($1.5m) for the full year ended 31 March 2009.
The TD Industry Association (TDIA) and the NGMN Alliance have partnered to promote TD-LTE technology worldwide, and ensure the development of global FDD and TDD standards.
Google's YouTube will premiere filmmaker Luc Besson's new movie “Home” simultaneously with its theater release.
Sun has ported its Java SE 6 platform to Qualcomm's Snapdragon chip. A pre-release version is available here
The Australian and New Zealand governments have signed an MoU to combat spam.

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