Monday, 10 September 2012

Telecom Headlines: Monday 10 Sept


* Mobile subs reach 1 billion in the Americas, broadband on the up
* Amazon heads to iPad territory with Kindle Fire HD range
* Telecom Argentina shares tumble on regulatory fears
* Verizon lifts quarterly dividend 3%
* Companies awakening to tax benefit, risk in cloud computing - KPMG
* Friday Review: Who's sorry now?


Mobile subs reach 1 billion in the Americas, broadband on the up 
The number of mobile subscriptions in the Americas was in excess of 1 billion as of mid-2012, including 225 million mobile broadband connections, or around 22% of the total, according to new data published late Thursday. 65.6 million new HSPA and LTE connections were added across North, Central and South America
http://goo.gl/qpOYX

Amazon heads to iPad territory with Kindle Fire HD range
Online retail giant unveils three new tablets; aims to reassert e-reader dominance with Kindle Paperwhite.
http://goo.gl/TJ5Di

Telecom Argentina shares tumble on regulatory fears
Questions over competitive threat from Telecom Argentina's links with Telefonica remain.
http://goo.gl/vNaru

Verizon lifts quarterly dividend 3%
U.S. telco to pay out an extra $170.9 million per year.
http://goo.gl/p47z9

Companies awakening to tax benefit, risk in cloud computing - KPMG
KPMG survey shows tax executives at U.S. companies see impact of cloud on tax bill as biggest challenge.
http://goo.gl/2x7S3


Friday Review: Who's sorry now?
Would-be Nokia smartphone owners feel they have been lied to as Finnish vendor apologises for 'confusion' caused at demonstration of Lumia 920.
http://goo.gl/jh3Lp

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