ALSO NOTED: Airspan issues financial warning; Nokia denies reports it will sell laptop computers with 3G modules; and much more

> Broadband wireless vendor Airspan, in a financial warning, indicated its sales in the first quarter were about 85 percent of what it had expected. Article

> Nokia has denied reports that it might consider selling laptop computers with embedded 3G/HSPA modules. Article

> Pakistan is expected to auction 3G spectrum in the next few months. Article

And Finally... China Mobile says that it plans to donate 15,000 3G phones based on TD-SCDMA technology to the Beijing Olympics Organizing Committee. Article

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