News In Brief: Ericsson, Dell, Apple, ACCC, Pink Visual, Smart, Yahoo

Ericsson has been contracted by China Unicom to build W-CDMA networks in 15 provinces, including Beijing, Shanxi and Sichuan.

Dell has stalled plans to produce a mobile phone after mobile carriers showed little interest in early prototypes, a Kaufman Brothers analyst said.

Apple has sold 17 million iPhones since launch, including 13.7 million in 2008.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has set the indicative prices for mobile termination access services to A$0.09 per minute for the next three years.

Adult entertainment company Pink Visual is developing 3D pornographic movies for the iPhone, using 3D technology developed by Spatial View.

Smart will use Aicent's mBridge virtual delivery service and its MMS gateway to enhance the Filipino operators' MMS delivery service.

New Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz has stepped down from the Intel board. Bartz will likely be replaced by eBay CEO John Donahoe.

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