ALSO NOTED: Austria to have HSDPA;Record companies demanding too much revenue;and much more...

> Third Screen Media introduced the MADX/Publisher, a comprehensive, web-based mobile advertising solution. Release

> Austria's mobilkom says that it plans to launch its HSDPA network in Vienna by the end of January. Article

> Mobile operators believe record companies are demanding too high a percentage of revenue from mobile music services. Article

> Globalstar has obtained approval from the FCC to offer ground-based wireless connections. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

> Nokia is seeking a patent in the U.S. for a mobile phone capable of sending a covert emergency message. Article

> Ericsson signed a pan-European mobile music agreement with EMI Music. Article

> Anti-virus vendors have detected new Trojans spreading on Symbian devices. Article

> T-Mobile will offer Windows Mobile 5 devices starting next month. Article

And Finally... Malaysia's Islamic Court has fined a politician $145 for trying to divorce his wife via SMS. Article

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