Webwire: Motorola unveils Intel smartphone; Telenor clears Unitech block

Motorola has revealed its first Intel-powered smartphone, the Razr i. The chip firm hopes the Android-powered unit will boost its presence in the sector, and offset falling sales of its PC silicon.
An Indian district court has rejected a request from Unitech to prevent its estranged business partner - Norwegian operator Telenor - from bidding for 2G spectrum with another partner.
Samsung plans to unveil the Galaxy S4, the latest in its flagship smartphone line, at next year's Mobile World Congress in February.
An Australian politician spearheading an inquiry into the price disparity between digital and technology goods in Australia and comparable countries is considering subpoenaing tech titans including Apple, Microsoft and Adobe.
Indonesia's PT Indosat has handed Ericsson a three-year contract to upgrade its radio and core network infrastructure, in a bid to improve mobile broadband speeds and coverage.
US cable company Time Warner plans to sell its 7.8% stake in wireless network operator Clearwire. Time Warner and other cablecos recently reached an agreement to resell services from rival operator Verizon Wireless as part of a spectrum sale.

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