ALSO NOTED: Lenovo and Cingular debut PC embedded with UMTS/HSDPA; KDDI to invest $1.73B during next three years; and much more

> Lenovo and Cingular Wireless have announced that the first Lenovo PC with built-in Cingular UMTS/HSDPA-based technology is available in the United States. Article

> KDDI said it will invest $1.73 billion during the next three years to upgrade its network to CDMA2000 1x EV-DO Revision A technology. Article

> Hutchison Telecommunications in Australia took a financial hit after shutting down its CDMA network. Article

> Comverse agreed to acquire privately held Netonomy for approximately $19 million in cash. Release

> Pizza joints dominate mobile directory requests. Article

And Finally... According to a Rutgers University Camden researcher, employers who encourage non-stop work connections via technology like Blackberry email may wind up with liability for encouraging addiction among their staff. Article

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