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Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2011
To: Pyramid Clients
Subject: Matt’s Mentions: September 29


Microsoft-Samsung Deal Strikes a Blow at Google

Huawei Unveils Its U2Net Vision

AT&T/Verizon/T-Mobile Joint Venture Moving Ahead on Mobile Payments

Nokia to axe another 3,500 jobs

40 per cent of all new handsets to have NFC by 2015


Europe slow to adopt 4G mobile: sector execs

France Telecom outlines mobile offload strategy

First homes connected to Fujitsu fibre broadband network (UK)

Most data traffic limited to three cells per user Deutsche Telekom CTO reveals

Everything Everywhere launches M2M platform


Bezos Portrays Kindle Fire as Service, Not Tablet


Brazil aims for 1bn mobile connections by 2022


Taiwan’s Top Three Telecom Carriers to Partner on Mobile Payment Operation

China’s Telecom Industry By The Numbers [INFOGRAPHIC]


Zain misses out on Saudi stake sale

Airtel inks pact with Nokia Siemens in Africa

Three Remedies to Move Beyond Price Wars in East Africa, Pyramid Finds

We’re no longer in the telco business - STC

Egypt’s Orascom inks Bangladesh deal


Because I Said So: Low-tech telecom new frontier for digital kids


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