JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Rickety minibus taxis weave between corrugated iron shacks, dodging street hawkers and the odd scrawny child with trousers gaping at the knee.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nokia aims to regain popularity among U.S. consumers with advanced devices and retail stores, but the world's No. 1 cellphone maker may need a revamp of its devices to dent the lead of Motorola Inc., analysts said.
Wi-Fi hotspots have evolved from points of convenience to places of experience. Recognising this, Centrino technology maker Intel has launched a competition, inviting notebook PC users to nominate their favourite places to experience wireless connectivity.
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