• Panasonic
    Panasonic Unveils ‘Selfie’ smartphone at Rs 11,190

    Panasonic on Wednesday launched octacore ELUGA S smartphone at a price of Rs 11,190 which will be available to the Indian consumers from the third week of November. The ELUGA S features HD IPS display and the eye-definition ‘BLINK PLAY’ that lets one click flawless selfies or groupies with a 5 megapixel front camera. The…

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  • Bharti Infratel Limited
    Bharti Infratel Seeks to Buy Vodafone, Idea Towers in 7 Circles

    Mobile tower company Bharti Infratel has approached Vodafone and Idea Cellular to buy their mobile towers in seven out of 22 telecom circles in the country, a top official of the company said today. “I have made it very clear to Vodafone and Idea Cellular that we are interested in buying their towers in seven circles…

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  • Metro Bytes: FiberLight, Fatbeam, Ciena, Metcom

    FiberLight issued an update on its giant fiber buildout in West Texas this morning. By the end of 2014 they’ll have built out 1,765 route miles and hooked up 800 cell towers on-net in the state. By early next year, they’ll have their DWDM and transport network online to Abilene, Amarillo, Lubbock, Midland, and Odessa….

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  • Indosat
    Indosat Narrows Losses for Q3, 9M14

    Indonesia’s PT Indosat has reported a narrower net loss for the third quarter of 1.32 trillion rupiah ($108.6 million), on the back of a 4.5% sequential increase in revenue to 6.1 trillion rupiah. Operating expenses grew 5.8% for the period, due to a provision for the company’s legal battle over allegations it misappropriated 2.1-GHz spectrum….

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  • AT &T
    AT&T Bails Out of in-flight WiFi

    U.S. telco pulls plug on ambitious plan to build air-to-ground 4G network. AT&T has abandoned its in-flight connectivity plan before take-off, opting instead to plough money into M&A. The U.S. telco announced in April an ambitious scheme to build an air-to-ground LTE network and use it as the backhaul for an on-board WiFi service for…

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  • Xiaomi Redmi shartphone photo
    Samsung Leads India Smartphone Market With 25%, Xiaomi Jumps

    Korean smartphone maker Samsung continues to dominate the India smartphone segment with 25% market share in the third quarter of 2014, followed by Micromax and Karbonn with 20% and 10% market share respectively with China’s Xiaomi making rapid strides, according to Counterpoint research. Motorola, which is now a Lenovo company, remained the fourth largest smartphone…

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