ALSO NOTED: Dutch government sells KPN stake; Nokia announces developer suite for Symbian smart phones ; and much more...

> The Dutch government agreed to sell its remaining 8 percent stake in Royal KPN for about $2.1 billion. Article

> Nokia announced a developer suite for Symbian smart phones. Article

> Talk about Intel's desire to put WiMAX everywhere. The chip manufacturer has installed a WiMAX network in a remote Brazilian city that is only accessible by boat or air. Article

> India's Bharti Global has been granted a GSM and 3G License on the U.K. island of Jersey. Article

> ABI Research says more than 4 million Americans will subscribe to mobile broadcast services in 2007. Article

> Virgin trains to get WiFi. Article

And Finally... New Jersey ain't the center of the telecommunications world anymore. Article

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