ALSO NOTED: Device makers race for high-resolution mobile-phone cameras; KPN purchases Attingo; and much more...

> Device makers race for higher resolution mobile-phone cameras. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

> The Netherlands' KPN purchased Attingo, which provides public wireless LAN access services. Article

> Shares of Virgin Mobile plummeted after one big institutional investor sold off stock. Article (Telecom.paper sub. req.)

> Optus, the Australian subsidiary of Singtel has purchased its remaining stake in Virgin Mobile Australia. Article

And Finally... What is the impact of mobile entertainment on society? Article

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