ALSO NOTED: Ericsson to return to landline market; Samsung to use TI for mobile TV handsets; and much more...

> Trend: Thanks to a growing demand for converged network solutions, Ericsson plans a return to the landline telecom market. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

> Samsung to use TI technology for mobile TV handsets. Article

> Trend: While handset sales boom, smaller vendors could be squeezed out of the market. Article

> A UK company launches VoIP over Bluetooth software for Nokia Series 60 smart phones. Article

And Finally... Enjoy WiFi in your chuch pew at this parish in Wales. Article

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