ALSO NOTED: National Lampoon launches mobile content service; QUALCOMM responds to antitrust complaints; and much more...

> National Lampoon launches mobile content comedy service offering video, audio and more. Release

> QUALCOMM answers telco's EU complaints. Release

> Wired takes a look at the Apple and Motorola relationship. Article

> Following the Telefonica-O2 deal, talk of Cable & Wireless being acquired reignites. Article

> Chutes & Ladders: airBand names John McCleod EVP of operations and technology. Release

And Finally... eBay's Meg Whitman tops FORTUNE's "Most Powerful Women in Business" list. Article


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