Webwire: Samsung EU ban lifted; Motorola investor opposes Google sale

The German court that blocked sales of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 in nearly all of Europe has temporarily lifted the ban everywhere except Germany, citing uncertainty regarding jurisdictional authority over the rest of the EU.
 
A Motorola Mobility shareholder suing the board in a bid to block the $12.5 billion sale of the company to Google, accusing directors of settling on too low a price and of unfairly benefiting from the deal.
 
Executives from China Unicom are close to agreeing a deal to bring the iPhone to China, which could cover the forthcoming iPhone 5.
 
Amazon believes human error and faulty hardware and software prolonged an outage on its cloud service last week. Problems began after a power cut hit its servers.
 
Baidu's stock price is taking a hit after China Central Television claimed the search firm is still carrying ads for fake medicines, deliberately circumventing checks on pharmaceutical advertising. The company first became embroiled a fake drugs scandal 2008.
 
Chinese online video company Tudou priced its Nasdaq IPO at $29 (€20.14) per share, the midpoint of its target range, despite market volatility buffeting the IPO market.
 
Malaysia's Green Packet aims to attract 450,000 subscribers to subsidiary P1's Wimax network this year. The parent reported a narrower loss in the second quarter, on 42% revenue growth.

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