ALSO NOTED: Aperto raises another $26M; Swisscom may be fined $376M; and much more...

> Aperto raised $26 million in a fifth round of venture capital funding for a total of $120 million in VC to date. Article

> Swiss officials threaten to fine Swisscom $376 million for allegedly overcharging mobile phone customers who receive calls originating from other networks. Article

> U.K. to hold spectrum auction that may lead to wide-scale mobile TV services. Article

> Ericsson implements HSDPA upgrade for 3 Scandinavia. Release

> set to acquire mobile tech maker Sendia to help it deliver on-demand services to handheld PCs and mobile phones. Article

And Finally... Ex-Gizmondo executive arrested for crashing $1 million Ferrari that he technically didn't own. Article

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