ALSO NOTED: Helio makes deal with Yahoo; FCC compromises on blind bidding for upcoming auction; and much more...

> MVNO Helio announced an agreement with Yahoo to offer Yahoo's search, email, Messenger, news and sports services on Helio mobile phones. Article

> The FCC voted to limit bidder information at the advanced wireless services auction that begins June 29, but regulators agreed to revert to full disclosure rules if they determine the auction is likely to be competitive. Article

> France's Bouygues Telecom said it still believes in the future of its mobile phone business despite a letter to the European Commission citing problems at its mobile unit. Article

> South Korean handset maker Pantech will supply GSM handsets to Bougues Telecom in France. Article

And Finally... Online shoppers accustomed to tax-free purchases from Apple Computer's iTunes Music Store soon may be in for an unpleasant surprise. Article


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