ALSO NOTED: BellSouth Q3 earnings rise; Embarq launches enterprise FMC; and much more...

> BellSouth Q3 earnings rise on wireless and high speed Internet services, but slightly below expectations. Profits rose 29.6 percent and earnings totaled $1.1 billion, compared to last year's $817 million. Article

> Report: Mobile Internet services are more popular in Europe than they are in the U.S. Article

> Embarq enables its business users to integrate their wireless and wireline, an FMC play. Article

> China's ZTE and TechFaith are set to take on Taiwan's Compal and Inventec ODM handset makers for the mobile TV-ready phone market. Article

> Remember those 167,000 Motorola handsets that Moscow authorities seized and supposedly burned, claiming they were counterfeit, then contraband, then a health hazard? Recent reports say Moscow prosecutors now suspect the phones made it into stores in various Russian provinces at knock-down prices. Article

> U.K. regulators say O2's offer of cheap overseas calls does not go far enough. Article

> AOL chooses VeriSign's ENUM Data Access Service to deliver IM traffic to wireless devices. AOL says 10 million people use AIM on their cell phones, and the company facilitates an average of 30 million messages per day. Release

And Finally... Report: Mobile phone usage leads to damaged sperm. Article

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