ALSO NOTED: Nokia opens first Indian factory; eMobile buys 3G equipment from Ericsson; and much more...

> Nokia opens its first mobile-phone factory in India. Article

> eMobile, a new entrant to Japan's 3G market, selects Ericsson as a major supplier for its network. Article

> In a note to clients, Lehman Brothers says it expects Comverse to exceed its $325 million revenue estimate for this quarter. Blog

> In-Stat reports that mobile TV is expected to take off in China. Article

> Vodafone Portugal said it has begun rolling out HSDPA technology. Article

And Finally... Australian handset manufacturer Emporia has designed a slider phone for retired people that features a simplified UI and really big buttons and keys. Article


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