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    Vodafone India CEO steps down; takes parting shot at authorities Edit Post

    Martin Pieters (pictured), after six years at the Vodafone India helm, stepped down yesterday, but not before airing his views once again about how difficult it is for India's operators to generate attractive returns for shareholders. In his last day o...
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    Arcep paves way for France’s 700MHz allocation Edit Post

    France’s communications regulator, Arcep, published details of a public consultation on “spectrum for superfast mobile”, which included an update on the availability of 700MHz spectrum for operators in the country. In a briefing document, it said that ...
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    Sprint settles Nextel related lawsuit for $131M Edit Post

    Sprint will pay $131 million to settle a class-action lawsuit which accused the company of falsely claiming it was receiving billions of dollars of benefits from its $36 billion merger with Nextel Communications, Reuters reported. Officials of the comp...
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    Thailand’s TAC aims to strike CAT deal in Q2 Edit Post

    Network-sharing talks between state-run CAT Telecom and Telenor subsidiary Total Access Communication (TAC) – which, using the dtac brand, is Thailand’s second-largest mobile operator – will not be concluded until at least Q2, according to Reuters. Dis...
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    Microsoft unveils latest Surface tablet Edit Post

    Microsoft debuted a new product in its Surface tablet line, marking the end of the line for its lacklustre Windows RT platform. The new tablet, Surface 3, is a lower-tier sibling to the company’s Surface Pro 3, but “runs full Windows, including desktop...



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    Huawei confirms strong 2014 profit growth Edit Post

    Huawei confirmed a strong growth in profit for 2014 in its audited results, with Ken Hu, rotating CEO, stating that “with heavy investment in innovations in areas such as cloud computing, big data, 5G, SDN and NFV, we believe we are well positioned to cap...