Webwire: BSNL explores tower sharing; Google takes music to the Cloud

India's BSNL has revealed it is in talks with private operators, over a possible tower sharing deal that could help the state-owned company recover its profitability. Carriers in the frame include Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, Idea Cellular and Reliance Communications,  
 
Google yesterday unveiled a cloud music service, launching a public beta of the storage and playback capabilities. 
 
Lawmakers grilled Google and Apple executives during yesterday's hearing on mobile devices collecting location-based data, raising concerns such as the potential for criminal misuse of the data including by stalkers.  
 
T-Mobile UK has apologized for accidentally charging as many as 4% of its customers for calls they hadn't made, and promised to fix the “glitch” in its billing system that was to blame. 
 
Cloud-based communications services company IntelePeer, which offers applications and services to businesses and operators, plans to raise up to $100 million (€69.7 million) through an IPO on the NYSE.  
 
Funzio, developer of the popular Facebook game Crime City, has raised $20 million (€13.8 million) in venture funding to expand into developing games for mobile platforms including Android and iOS. 
 
Juniper Networks has published research claiming that Android malware has surged 400% since summer 2010.  

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