Webwire: NSN cut off from parents; AT&T revises T-Mo offer

Nokia Siemens chief Rajeev Suri says the firm’s parents won’t be pumping any additional cash into the firm, despite it burning through reserves too quickly.
 
AT&T is considering an offer to sell up to 40% of T-Mobile USA to get round competition concerns over a planned $39 billion acquisition of its smaller rival.
 
Apple is adding Japan-based Sharp to its list of iPad screen suppliers, extending an existing deal covering iPhone displays.
 
Around 90 people were injured when a RIM launch event in Indonesia turned violent after rumors spread the new BlackBerry Belagio smartphone had sold out.
 
An Australian appeals court judge is questioning a lower court’s decision to bar Samsung from selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the country, suggesting the injunction may be overturned.

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