News In Brief: Twitter, ER Telecom, Partner, Fujitsu, Vinaphone

A UK court has ordered a writ to be served over Twitter, finding that the social networking site was the best way to get a message to an anonymous Tweeter accused of impersonation.
 
Russian triple-play operator ER Telecom predicts it will have one million broadband subscribers by the end of the year.
 
Partner Communications said it had dropped its bid to acquire fellow Israeli mobile operator MIRS. Incumbent Cellcom has reportedly also decided not to bid, leaving smaller telcos Pelephone and Smile in the running.
 
Fujitsu has been contracted to develop a mobile terminal based on LTE technology - which will also be able to utilize both 3G and 2G networks – for Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo.
 
Vietnam's VinaPhone said it plans to launch 3G services on October 12. If it makes its self-imposed deadline, it will become Vietnam's first 3G operator.
 
Cambodian state-owned operator Telecom Cambodia is likely to become the first company floated on the country's forth coming stock exchange, according to a government minister.

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