ALSO NOTED: Europe likely to be one of last to get WiMax; GSMA conducts video interoperability trials; and much more...

> Europe is likely to be one of the last regions to get WiMax. Article

> Symbian is reporting a 136 percent increase in the number of handsets that use its operating system, nearly four times the projected growth of Windows Mobile. Article

> The GSM Association has begun interoperability trials on three continents to ensure that mobile users will be able to share video across networks. Article

> Trend: Consumers in Asia-Pacific countries lead European and North American consumers more than two to one in the adoption of both single-player and multiplayer mobile gaming. Release

> Eircom Group said it is interested in Ireland's last third-generation mobile license should Smart Telecom PLC lose the license. Article

> Even those with cheap aspirations deserve a RAZR. Motorola has unveiled the W220, a RAZR with less bells and whistles. Article

> Norwegian telecommunications operator Telenor reported a rise in earnings for 2005 due to a strong increase in the number of its mobile customers. Article

And Finally... Mobile phone users in Iran have grabbed 6.5 million highly sought-after SIM mobile cards in less than a month during a mass sale that left banks and post offices inundated. Article

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