Webwire: Rushdie wins day on Facebook; Huawei buys out Symantec

Author Salman Rushdie is clear to use the moniker on his Facebook profile, after defeating the firm’s strict naming policy which required him to use his lesser-known first name, Ahmed.
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Huawei is spending $530 million (€390 million) to buy out Symantec's 49% stake in Huawei Symantec, a joint venture that markets security solutions.
 
Google has published the source code for Android 4.0, however the code is more likely to benefit larger device vendors with stronger ties to the search giant.
 
Samsung is not seeking an injunction on the iPhone 4S in South Korea, in a move which appears to be driven by PR concerns.
 
Egypt’s spring revolution continues to cost carriers dear, with Telecom Egypt yesterday revealing 3Q net profit fell 21% year-on-year, while revenue declined 10%.

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