The mobile division of China Central Television says it's "open for business" to potential advertisers.
It's partnered with mobile advertising provider 3rd Space to offer banner and video ads on its WAP portal and smartphone apps.
Nokia’s Comes With Music service – later renamed Ovi Music Unlimited – is being withdrawn from 27 countries including the UK.
The service was launched in 2008, giving customers a year of unlimited downloads from the Nokia Music Store when they chose a Nokia ‘Comes with Music’ mobile phone.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has sent an email to all his employees, explaining that he's asked for a period of leave in order to deal with health issues.
He's previously undergone treatment for pancreatic cancer and had a liver transplant in 2009.
Orange UK has launched a new 'pay as you go' option called Tiny Top Ups. It allows customers to top-up their phones with as little as 10p.
Customers can take advantage of Tiny Top Ups by visiting an Orange store and adding cash to their mobile phone account.
Tanny Price has left her role at Brightstar Europe to run the business-to-business division of Daventry-based distribution company Shebang, according to a report in Mobile News.
She’d joined Brightstar in June 2009 after 11 years with Avenir Telecom.