ALSO NOTED: Australia's government may end plans to sell Telstra stake; BenQ plans 10% cut of workforce; and much more...

> Australia's government may end plans to sell its $17.84 billion stake in Telstra to the public. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> UTStarcom introduced a dual-mode CDMA/GSM handset, and announced China Unicom has signed a contract to start selling the handsets. Article

> BenQ Mobile plans to lay off up to 10 percent of its German workforce. Article

And Finally... T-Mobile in the Czech Republic says adult content ranks among the most demanded on the Internet, and modern mobile handsets with big color displays and EDGE support have radically raised the interest. Article

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