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Japan's top three telcos to not use 5G gear made by Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp
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Japan's top three telcos to not use 5G gear made by Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp

Japan’s top two telecommunications operators, NTT Docomo Inc and KDDI Corp, said the firms had not made any decision yet.

Tata Sons writes off entire Rs 28,651 cr investment in Tata Teleservices; net profit took a hit last fiscal
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Tata Sons writes off entire Rs 28,651 cr investment in Tata Teleservices; net profit took a hit last fiscal

Tata Teleservices suffered a jolt after its three licences were cancelled by the Supreme Court in 2012 for irregularities in spectrum allocation to the company and several other new entrants.

World's thinnest phone packs a 380 mAh battery pack and weighs a mere 48 grams
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World's thinnest phone packs a 380 mAh battery pack and weighs a mere 48 grams

The phone, KY-O1L by Kyocera is so thin that it is said to fit right inside a cardholder.

MediaTek to focus more on 4G development in India even as it pushes for 5G globally
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MediaTek to focus more on 4G development in India even as it pushes for 5G globally

In 2018 and 2019, 5G would be pertinent for China, the US, Europe and Japan, among others.

SoftBank Group considers listing its Japanese wireless unit on Tokyo Stock Exchange; aiming to raise $18 billion
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SoftBank Group considers listing its Japanese wireless unit on Tokyo Stock Exchange; aiming to raise $18 billion

SoftBank Group has a range of holdings including stakes in chip designer ARM Holdings, US service provider Sprint Corp as well as Alibaba Group Holdings.

Ecommerce firm Rakuten to apply for a 4G license, aims to become fourth major wireless carrier in Japan
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Ecommerce firm Rakuten to apply for a 4G license, aims to become fourth major wireless carrier in Japan

Rakuten, which operates one of Japan’s most popular shopping websites, said it hoped to gain a new engine of growth.

NTT DoCoMo-Tata feud ends as Japanese firm gets $1.2 bn, transfers all Tata Teleservices shares
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NTT DoCoMo-Tata feud ends as Japanese firm gets $1.2 bn, transfers all Tata Teleservices shares

The payment by Tata Sons to NTT DoCoMo comes in less than a year after N Chandrasekaran took over as chairman of the salt-to-software conglomerate

Viacom looks to US mobile deals to win back young viewers as they ditch cable TV
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Viacom looks to US mobile deals to win back young viewers as they ditch cable TV

The stakes are high for Viacom and its traditional TV rivals, which need to find new sources of revenue as they grapple with shrinking cable subscribers.

Tata Sons-DoCoMo settlement row: RBI opposes $1.17 billion deal in setback to companies
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Tata Sons-DoCoMo settlement row: RBI opposes $1.17 billion deal in setback to companies

The RBI was also concerned that the enforcement of the award will result in "transfer of shares and was hence illegal"

Tata-DoCoMo truce may leave Japanese firm with $790 million to invest in India
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Tata-DoCoMo truce may leave Japanese firm with $790 million to invest in India

DoCoMo has also agreed to end all legal proceedings against Tata Sons in Britain and the United States for a period of time.

Tata-DoCoMo truce may leave Japanese firm with $790 million to invest in India: Reuters
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Tata-DoCoMo truce may leave Japanese firm with $790 million to invest in India: Reuters

When DoCoMo decided to get out in 2014, Tata Sons was unable to find a buyer for the Japanese firm's stake and offered to buy the stake itself, for half DoCoMo's investment of $2.2 billion.

Tata Sons agrees to pay $1.18 bn to Japanese mobile operator NTT DoCoMo
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Tata Sons agrees to pay $1.18 bn to Japanese mobile operator NTT DoCoMo

Tata Sons has already deposited the amount with the Delhi High Court.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics organizers need your old smartphones and electronic devices
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Tokyo 2020 Olympics organizers need your old smartphones and electronic devices

Tokyo Olympic organizers on Wednesday called on the Japanese public to donate old smartphones and other old electronic devices to help make medals for the 2020 Games.

Darius Khambata resigns as Dorabji Tata Trust trustee
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Darius Khambata resigns as Dorabji Tata Trust trustee

Khambata was one of the seven trustees. His resignation comes at a time when the war of words between ousted Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry and the Tatas escalated.

Mistry opens up on DoCoMo deal, but which specific Tata allegation is he responding to?
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Mistry opens up on DoCoMo deal, but which specific Tata allegation is he responding to?

Though reams of newsprint have been used in writing about the Mistry ouster saga and the possible reasons which lead to his sacking, there is no specific allegation from the Tata Group as yet about the NTT DoCoMo case

Ratan Tata not keen on Cyrus Mistry from the beginning? Seeds of Tata-Pallonji discord sown years back
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Ratan Tata not keen on Cyrus Mistry from the beginning? Seeds of Tata-Pallonji discord sown years back

There is much that is not right with the Tata group; not all has been due to Cyrus Mistry’s 4-year stint and not all of this will be corrected in a short time span

NTT DoCoMo moves US court with $1.2 bn suit against Tatas
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NTT DoCoMo moves US court with $1.2 bn suit against Tatas

Tata Sons said that it will resist enforcement of the arbitration award in India as also other jurisdictions as it has been barred by Indian law and public policy for paying damages awarded for breaching a contract to buyback DoCoMo shares in their joint venture at a pre-agreed price.

As Tatas and Docomo slug it out, govt orders ED to probe $2.5 bn JV deal of 2009
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As Tatas and Docomo slug it out, govt orders ED to probe $2.5 bn JV deal of 2009

The Finance ministry has asked the ED to find out whether Tata Sons violated the country's foreign exchange rules while selling a stake in its wireless unit in 2009 to the Japanese company

Tata-DoCoMo spat: Tatas move London Court over ex-parte order
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Tata-DoCoMo spat: Tatas move London Court over ex-parte order

Sources in DoCoMo said that while the application had indeed been filed by Tatas in London's Commercial Court, the Indian company had not filed justification of evidence to support the application.

Japan's NTT DoCoMo moves London Court against Tata Sons' assets in UK
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Japan's NTT DoCoMo moves London Court against Tata Sons' assets in UK

The Japanese firm has served an order from Londons' Commercial Court against Tata Sons which allows DoCoMo to enforce an arbitration deal, made in London in June, against Tata Sons' assets in the UK