ALSO NOTED: Indonesia issues 3G licenses; Nokia announces LBS for lower-end phones; and much more...

> Indonesian carriers Indosat, Excelcomindo and Telkomsel secure licenses to operate 3G networks. Article

> Nokia announces new LBS services and a GPS module for lower-end phones. Article

> Sprint Nextel gives restricted stock units valued at about $5.7 million and 637,755 stock options to president and CEO Gary D. Forsee. Article

> NBC MOBILE will offer MobiTV's mobile television subscribers highlights of the 2006 Winter Games. Press release

> Standard & Poor's Equity Research lowers its target price on France Telecom to $24 from $31, citing concerns about wireless growth. Article

And Finally... Wireless comes to the most remote place on earth: Timbuktu. Article

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