US wireless operator Sprint has stated it will discontinue use of the controversial Carrier IQ network diagnostics software, and has reportedly instructed handset makers to remove the software from all Sprint-branded devices.
Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE are both targeting more than $200 million in annual revenue from the Indian telecom sector.
Saudi billionaire prince Walid bin Tatal and holding company KHC have bought into Twitter through a $300 million investment.
In the age of the internet and social media, North Korea's inner echelon were still able to keep the death of former leader Kim Jong-il a secret for more than 48 hours, until an official announcement was made.
Telekom Srbija has arranged to buy back 20% of its own shares from Greece's OTE for €380 million ($494.7 million). OTE will retain a 20% stake in the operator following the transaction.
India's Department of Telecom is leaning toward auctioning off a single pan-Indian wireless broadband license from the spectrum likely to be returned by BSNL through an agreement with the ministry, according to sources.
A California judge has rejected an attempt from Facebook to have a lawsuit regarding its Trusted Stories sponsored advertising service thrown out of court. The plaintiffs claim the use of their identities to recommend ads to their friends violates a state law prohibiting the non-consensual use of somebody's likeness in advertising.