Webwire: Apple accused of rigging evidence; HTC sticks with Android

Apple faces accusations it altered another photograph in a Dutch court filing against Samsung - changing the dimensions of the Galaxy S to more closely match the iPhone. Apple was previously accused of making similar manipulations to a Galaxy Tab photo.
 
HTC CEO Peter Chou has reiterated the company's commitment to Android, in the wake of Google's planned $12.5 billion (€8.6 billion) purchase of rival device maker Motorola Mobility.
 
Striking Verizon wireline workers are due to return to work today, after the firm agreed to renegotiate disputed elements of new contracts including pension and heath care contributions.
 
Telecom New Zealand’s net profit dived 56.8% due to write downs on its copper-based assets as part of the government's UFB fiber project.
 
Google is taking Street View to the water with plans to photograph the Amazon and Rio Negro rivers in northwest Brazil.
 
Energy giant Tokyo Electric Power plans to sell its 8% stake in Japanese operator KDDI to help cover compensation claims from a nuclear reactor meltdown in March.
 
The US will provide Iraqi authorities with equipment to help monitor phone calls and SMS for signs of terrorist activity.

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