ALSO NOTED: India's BSNL plans $750M investment in WiMAX; Orange partners with The Cloud to extend WiFi access; and much more..

> According to reports coming out of Brazil, long distance and data services provider Embratel expects to invest $600 million through March 2008 on WiMax technology. Article

> Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) plans to spend $750 million on WiMax networks to cover one sixth of India's 1 billion-plus population, and has already issued the first tender for WiMAX equipment. Article

> UK mobile operator Orange partnered with WiFi hotspot operator The Cloud to extend Orange users' WiFi access to more than 10,000 hotspots. Article

> UK telecom regulator Ofcom agreed to let UK Broadband, the company that owns the 3.5GHz spectrum license, supply WiMAX service to mobile devices as well as for access for homes and offices. Article

And Finally... A study from Nokia says women are better multi-taskers than men. Article

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