News In Brief: Vodafone, BT, Tata Teleservices, ADC, Liberty Group, My Droid World

Vodafone has unveiled a mobile WiFi router capable of storing and distributing digital content to five devices simultaneously. The R201 complies with the Digital Living Network Alliance specifications covering data sharing and will launch by the year-end.
 
BT will provide WiFi access for 140 Starbucks coffee shops in Germany, under a deal announced yesterday. The telco already serves 650 Starbucks sites in the UK, Ireland, Spain and Portugal.
 
India's Tata Teleservices has contracted NSN as its WCDMA equipment supplier.
 
Antenna maker ADC is kitting out Danish engineering firm Ramboll’s new corporate headquarters with distributed antenna systems capable of handling mobile voice and broadband data services in the 1800MHz and 2100MHz frequencies.
 
India's Liberty Group has emerged as the sole bidder for struggling local state-owned telecom equipment vendor ITI.
 
Android fan site My Droid World has been forced to remove a leaked early version of the Froyo Android 2.2 platform, after receiving a cease and desist from Motorola.

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