ALSO NOTED: DSL, wireless to boost telecom's Q3; Putin's telecom minister investigated; and much more...

> As noted in today's second top story, with the exception of Sprint (whom they are wary of) analysts say Q3 will be very good to the telecom sector thanks to wireless and DSL uptake. Article

> German prosecutors and a Swiss tribunal are investigating Putin's telecom minister who owns large chunks of the industry he oversees. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> Motorola to unveil Verizon Wireless RAZR MAXX as well as a Sprint RED RAZR V3m, sales of which will raise money for those affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa. Blog

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