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iPhone 3G arrives in 20 more countries Aug. 22

Twenty countries in Europe, South America and Asia will get the iPhone 3G on August 22.

By August 6, 2008


A world of iPhones

By year's end the iPhone 3G will be available in 70 countries around the world. Here's a full list.

By June 10, 2008


India to gain access to BlackBerry e-mail?

Officials from the country's telecommunications agency are expected to meet with Research In Motion on Thursday to work out an e-mail interception deal over terrorism concerns.

By May 28, 2008


AT&T & NTT join trans-Pacific undersea cable consortium

Two of the world's largest phone companies are joining forces with major telcos in Asia and the U.S. to build an undersea cable network that adds more network capacity and additional routes between North America with Asia.

By March 25, 2008


Google and other telecoms to build U.S.-Japan cable

The existing bandwidth between Asia and North America is crowded. Following FCC approval of a U.S.-China link last month, Google and five other companies have announced a Japan-U.S. link to be completed in early 2010.

By February 27, 2008


Google and the wrongly jailed Indian Net surfer

An Indian man was recently arrested and held for more than three weeks based in incorrect IP information given to the police by his ISP. The original IP address had been provided by Google, as the "crime" of insulting a historical figure, occurred on Orku

By November 6, 2007


Google phone coming in two weeks?

New rumors from publications in India say a "Google Phone" will likely be introduced within the next couple of weeks, but I wouldn't get too excited just yet.

By August 24, 2007


Man sets texting record

By May 11, 2005


Phone-bound film

At a time when most Americans can't get local movie listings on their cell phone screens, an Indian carrier is putting an entire film onto wireless phones. [Missing Links]

By December 7, 2004