ALSO NOTED: Indian government to de-license low-power devices; Wireless automotive data logger; and much more...

> The Indian government is preparing to de-license the use of low-power (1 milliwatt) devices on selected frequencies in an effort to popularize the use of WiFi-based gadgets. Article

> Wireless automotive data logger gathers vehicle information and supports WLAN, GSM/GPRS and Bluetooth. Article

> Kagan Research forecasts the US wireless market will grow 48 percent from 185 million subscribers in 2004 to 274 million in 2014. Release

> Blackberry maker Research In Motion plans to introduce the device in Luxembourg. Article

And Finally... Cell phone games are a serious business. Article

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