ALSO NOTED: FCC to enforce VoIP 911; Motricity, Sam Goody offer ringtones in-store; and much more...

> The FCC is scheduled on Wednesday to begin enforcing its requirement that VoIP providers using the PSTN explain potential limitations about 911 services to 100 percent of their subscribers. Article

> FierceWireless Fierce15 member Motricity partners with Sam Goody, making it the first to offer in-store ringtone downloads. Release

> Lucent will integrate Pulse's Veepers technology that enables users to create and deploy virtual characters for Web and wireless applications into its Video Greetings applications service. Release

> Bluetooth SIG updates its qualification program to help companies bring Bluetooth products to market faster. Article

> Summus and ClearSky Multimedia distribute Maxim and other publications to mobile subscribers through carriers. Release

> Sprint Nextel and Motorola offer smartphone with Windows Mobile to compete with Treo. Release

> Vancouver-based Mobile Operandi's Mophone lets members find and legally share photos, ring tones, wallpapers, messages and games within dynamic mobile communities. Article

> FCC says VoIP providers must be wiretap ready by spring 2007. Article

> Wireless firms dream of making handsets that rival the PC and TV. Article

> Linksys launches products with SES (SecureEasySetup) technology in the UAE. Article

> Blue Tree Wireless teams with Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications (SEMC) to make the successor wireless modems to SEMC's GM and GT Series modems. Release

> Baracoda launched its RoadRunners family of mobile, Bluetooth-enabled barcode scanners. Release

And Finally... THQ Wireless teamed up with LucasFilm to launch first ever multiplayer Star Wars game for the mobile phone. Release