Nokia said its $7.2 billion deal with Nokia is set to close on April and not in the first quarter of this year as was originally planned, TechCrunch reported.
Police are not revealing a lot of details about Stingray, a cell-tracking technology tool, that helps authorities that intercepts calls or messages of criminals they are trying to apprehend, the Associated Press reported.
Jim Cicconi of AT&T said the call of Netflix CEO Reed Hastings for free internet internet connection was an "arrogant proposition" that would require everyone else except Netflix to pay, Reuters reported.
SoftBank Corp has made substantial gains on the investments it has made, prompting rivals and other Japanese firms to also invest in Japanese startups, Bloomberg reported.
It could take the French competition authority nine months to evaluate the possible takeover of Vivendi's SFR by Bouygues or Numericable for antitrust issues, Reuters reported.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based cables manufacturer Ducab purchased Durham, UK-based cable maker AEI Cables for an undisclosed amount to expand its product offering and international market reach.
Wetzikon, Switzerland-based cable solutions provider Reichle & De-Massari (R&M) acquired Bangalore, India-based fiber optic products manufacturer Advanced Fiber Systems (AFS) for an undisclosed sum as part of its efforts to expand in India.
Conference calling service Speek secured $5.1 million from its Series A round which included the earlier round which raised $2.7 million in convertible notes raised before, TechCrunch reported.
A Mannheim court dismissed the $2.2 billion lawsuit filed against it by patent holding firm IPCom in Germany on one of the "100" series patents the latter acquired from Robert Bosch GmBH, Bloomberg reported.
Tempo Telecom, a provider of prepaid and flexible communications services, received an investment from Birch Equity Partners, a private equity firm based in Atlanta, Georgia.
New York, US-based tech giant IBM and Dallas, Texas-based telecom firm AT&T struck a strategic partnership that will create a simplified service that will help businesses deal with network security problems and other cyber threats.
Netflix has agreed to pay one of the largest broadband providers in the United States Comcast Corp for faster speeds, throwing open the possibility that more content companies will have to shell out for better service.
Google is said to be developing data transfer speeds of up to 10-gigabits per second, an internet connection that would put to shame the 1-gigabit connection of its Google Fiber offering, NBC News reported.
Apple Inc is in talks with Time Warner Cable and other content partners for a faster TV set-top box with a new user-interface that could be revealed as soon as April, Bloomberg cited sources familiar with the matter as saying.
Andrew Bocking, the Executive Vice President of BBM, exited Ontario, Canada-based smartphone and enterprise software maker BlackBerry, with the said division to be folded into Global Enterprise Solutions under the leadership of John Sims.