ALSO NOTED: Amdocs buys DST Innovis for $238M; Nokia in patent royalities dispute; and much more...

> Amdocs buys satellite and cable billing firm DST Innovis for $238M. Article

> Nokia is in a patent royalities dispute. Article

> ESPN inks a mobile content deal with MobiTV. Article

> Japan Telecom, Tohoku University launch a trial of Flarion Technologies' OFDM broadband wireless solution. Flarion is a member of the 2003 FierceWireless Fierce 15, an annual list of the top emerging wireless companies. Release

> Motorola, Verizon Wireless launch a mutlimedia phone, the E815. Release

And Finally... IT managers don't know what to do with mobile devices. Article


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