ALSO NOTED: BenQ undecided on OS platform; Vimpel makes $5B bid for Ukraine's Kyivstar; and much more...

> BenQ Mobile says it's deciding which mobile OS to support. Article

> Russia's second-largest mobile phone operator OAO Vimpel Communications makes a $5 billion offer to purchase Ukraine's Kyivstar, the largest mobile operator in Ukraine. Article

> Sprint Nextel reaches an agreement with a key labor union over the spin-off of its local phone business. Article

> As many as four more rival bidders may emerge for Portugal Telecom following Sonae's $12.85 billion hostile takeover bid for the carrier. Article 

And Finally... Two workers in Mexico agree to play guinea pig to have themselves embedded with tiny silicon chips so their bosses can track their movements. They must be looking for promotions. Article

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