ALSO NOTED: Greek military, US embassy mobile tapped; Nokia to unveil 5 more 3G/WiFi handsets; and much more...

> Mobile phones belonging to top Greek military and government officials and the U.S. embassy were tapped for nearly a year beginning in the weeks before the 2004 Olympic games. Article

> Nokia will reportedly unveil five more mobile devices with both 3G and WiFi connectivity before the summer, with the possibility that some will debut at next week's 3GSM show in Barcelona. Article

> Gartner analysts expect settlement between NTP and RIM. Article

> Maxim Integrated Products announced it entered into a settlement agreement with QUALCOMM to resolve patent litigation. Article

> Trend: IDC has released a report showing a 16.7 percent decline in the market for PDAs during the past year as converged devices put pressure on sales. Article

And Finally... MIT plans to build hometown Cambridge a free city-wide WiFi mesh network using hacked hardware and software. Article

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