ALSO NOTED: FMC handoff still troubling; Moto Q ad on YouTube; and much more...

> Fixed-mobile convergence handovers still troubling carriers worldwide. Article

> Review: Ruckus Wireless' MediaFlex Router 2825 and Adapter 2111. Article

> Judge: AT&T wiretapping suit to move forward. Article

> Vodafone confesses to overcharging its pay-as-you-go customers for premium SMS rates. Article

> Symbol certifies DiVitas' GPRS-to-WiFi convergence solution. Release

> Rumor Mill: Sony Ericsson to announce a super-thin phone called Ai, that's only 9.4 mm thick. Thinner than Motorola's thinnest to date and a close rival to Samsung's. Article

> T-Mobile U.K. launches SideKick 3. Article

> Check out Jason's take on the latest iPhone rumor (a second mythical iPhone?) over at FierceMobileContent. Site

And Finally... A colleague just forwarded me this Motorola Q commercial from YouTube. SuperBowl-worthy. Video

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