ALSO NOTED: Qualcomm claims victory in patent dispute with Nokia; Motorola deploys WiMAX pilot in Paris; and much more...

> Qualcomm claimed an initial victory in a patent dispute with Nokia after a judge recommended ending a US International Trade Commission investigation of a complaint filed by Nokia. Article

> Motorola said it deployed a WiMAX pilot in Paris with Bollore Telecom, a holder of 12 WiMAX licenses in France. Article

> Google's latest comments about the upcoming 700 MHz auction. Article

> The U.K. is not expected to relaunch mobile broadcast TV services until 2010 at the earliest, well behind most of its European neighbors, according to recent studies from Juniper Research. Article

And Finally... Purse snatcher tries to ransom cell phone for $185,000. Article

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