Webwire: Galaxy Nexus blocked in US; Motorola patent deals probed

A US judge has now granted Apple's request for an injunction on US sales of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, days after blocking US sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1.
 
The US FTC is probing whether Google's Motorola Mobility is meeting its commitments to license its standards-essential patents on a fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) basis.
 
Facebook is considering moving its public listing from Nasdaq to another exchange, due to the high tensions associated with the company's botched IPO.
 
China Mobile plans to slash roaming fees in the UK during the Olympic games, including cutting GPRS internet roaming charges by 90%.
 
India's Reliance Globalcom has entered a joint venture with Iraqi Telecom and Post Company (ITPC) to launch a subsea cable linking Iraq to countries in the Middle East, Asia, Europe and North America.
 
China has blocked news agency Bloomberg's websites, in what appears to be an attempt to censor access to a story about the fortunes of the extended family of Xi Jinping, the man due to become the nation's next president.
 
EU objections to Thailand’s new draft foreign dominance laws are down to a mere misunderstanding about their impact, Thai regulator NBTC insists. The EU asserts the draft changes breach WTO rules and Thailand's treaty commitments.

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