This week Steve Jobs gave the world another iPhone and suffered another security embarrassment.
Meanwhile, iPhone and iPad manufacturer Foxconn announced yet another pay hike
for its Shenzhen workforce.
Google’s new subsidiary AdMob complained that Apple’s new developers’ terms created unfair barriers
to competitors offering mobile ads.
The rollout of fresh trans-Pacific cables in the past 18 months has driven a steep fall in prices
, with more to come, said TeleGeography
The equipment supplier also conducted its first live LTE call in the 700MHz frequency in Latin America, and unveiled a new single-carrier
Tata Communications called off
its planned JV with China Entercom, saying it was not certain it would be approved, while South African cellco MTN abandoned a tilt at Orascom’s African assets
Mobile network spending fell by a fifth in the first quarter, said Infonetics
Chinese police detained 18 people
suspected of selling wireless devices to help students cheat in college entrance exams.
And AT&T apologized to a customer
for sending him a “cease and desist” letter after he emailed a complaint to CEO Randall Stephenson.