GM owes AT&T $10.7 million; Indian telecom market growth slows slightly;

> General Motors Corp. is on the line for $10.7 million to AT&T, according to the auto giant's bankruptcy filing

> India's telecom equipment industry reported 20 percent growth in revenues in 2008-09

> Time Warner Cable began offering its Syracuse-area customers 100 high-definition channels

> A construction crew in Virginia in 2000 severed a ‘black line' used for carrying secret intelligence data 

> Analyst: DirecTV could be AT&T gain

> BT throttling download speeds for cheapest services

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