News In Brief: ZTE, Google, Jajah, Alca-Lu, Intel, Current, Adam

A Philippine senate committee has endorsed allegations that members of the Arroyo administration conspired with ZTE to help it win a €219 million NBN contract through bribery and corruption. The report was released this week.
Google has set aside HK$100 million (€8.6m) towards helping Hong Kong SMBs implement search engine marketing campaigns.
US-based VoIP startup Jajah is rumored to be the subject of a bidding war that could result in the company being sold off for up to $400 million.
Intel has developed a handheld reader device designed for the blind and vision-impaired. The Intel Reader can convert printed text to digital text and then read it out loud.

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