Webwire: Google berates Microsoft; Mobile is Facebook's destiny

Google claims Microsoft is attempting to profit from other’s success, after Samsung became the latest Android smartphone maker to agree a patent cross licensing deal with the software giant.
 
Facebook’s mobile chief, Eric Tseng, expects half the firm’s users to connect through mobile devices within two years.
 
The US Department of Justice has launched an extended review of Google's planned $12.5 billion (€9.1 billion) acquisition of Motorola Mobility, a process that could take months to conclude.
 
T-Mobile USA is the latest carrier to back Samsung in a patent battle with Apple over Galaxy smartphones, following Verizon, which filed a court brief supporting Samsung last week.
 
Huawei has launched an enterprise unit in India. The vendor plans to take on 200 employees for the business before the year is out, and another 200 by the end of 2012.
 
American Express has forged its first Chinese electronic payment partnership - an online payment tie-up with Tencent Holdings.

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