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Morning Digest: Earnings This Week; UID, Symbian, Wikileaks, Asterisk, Privacy, MNP, UTV, Docomo, Murdoch

Earnings (This Week)
– Today: OnMobile results, OnMobile Concall
– 25 Oct:Idea Cellular,Tata Teleservices
– 26 Oct:Dish Tv
– 27 Oct: Telenor / Uninor
– 28 Oct: Tata Comm,Sun TV Network, Rediff

– On the hyperbole around indentity and India’s Unique ID project – The Hindu
– Motivations behind Nokia’s strategy and why Symbian is getting a new lease of life – Vision Mobile (Also: related discussion on Slashdot)
– Newspapers and new territories – MondayNote
– There is No New Media: It’s All New Consumption – GigaOm

– GigaOm raises $2.5 million to invest in tech – GigaOm

– At 5pm EST Friday 22nd October 2010 WikiLeaks released the largest classified military leak in history. The 391,832 reports (‘The Iraq War Logs’), document the war and occupation in Iraq, from 1st January 2004 to 31st December 2009 (except for the months of May 2004 and March 2009) as told by soldiers in the United States Army. Read the WARlogs here

– Asterisk 1.8 – Major Release Sports 200 New Features – TMC
– Is Google Broken? Sites Big & Small Seeing Indexing Problems – Search Engine Land
– Is Zynga Trying To Patent Virtual Currency? – TechCrunch
– In The Fight Against Apple’s iAds, Google Plays The Cross-Platform Card – TechCrunch
– During emergencies and cyber attacks, the Indian government wants to have the ability to cut off Internet access, by controlling national gateways – Economic Times
– Not unexpected: Mobile Number portability may be delayed again – The Hindu
– Question marks over the sustainability of India’s common service centers – LiveMint
– Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation has launched a pilot project, wherein, its Vayu Vajra buses, which ferry passengers to and fro the airport, will have touch screen Internet enabled tablets – The Hindu
– Tata Tele claims first right to 2G waves – The Hindu

Ronnie Screwvala tells ET that Disney’s stake in UTV is 50%, of which Screwvala can buy back 19.1% (the open offer) till November 2012. Disney has 30% voting rights – Economic Times

– Tata Docomo keen on buying other Indian telcos – Economic Times
– Yahoo Search will push relevant Yahoo content above search results from Bing – Hindustan Times
– Murdoch Wakes Up From Dream Of Leading News Industry’s Digital Aggregation – PaidContent
– Report: Nokia welcomes NSN private equity talks – Mobile Business Briefing
– So much for “do no evil”. Italy orders Google to mark Street View cars – Reuters . Google is facing significant fines for breaking privacy laws, as per Sky News
– MySpace, Apps Leak User Data – – WSJ

– Groupon Exposes Customer Emails In Google ResultsTechCrunch

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