WEBWIRE: Jobs faces antitrust quiz; Legal problems hit Google e-books

A US court has ordered Apple CEO Steve Jobs take the stand to answer questions in an iTunes antitrust lawsuit, but questioning will be limited to changes in 2004 that made RealNetworks files incompatible with the iPod.
 
Google’s e-book ambitions took a knock as a US judge rejected a previous $125 million (€88 million) settlement between the search giant and book publishers.
 
Thailand's ICT ministry will build and deploy two satellites to retain rights to two of the country's six reserved satellite slots in orbit, which will expire unless they are filled next year.
 
Femto Forum has published API specifications for femtocell applications, to cash in on growing operator interest in location-based services using the small cells.

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