ALSO NOTED: Nokia's music phone held up due to DRM issues; Ericsson signs two HSDPA contracts; and much more...

> Nokia's music N91 smartphone has been held up because of DRM issues. Article

> Ericsson signed HSDPA contracts with Italian operator 3 and Swiss operator Swisscom Mobile. Article

> San Francisco reveals six proposals to running the city's muni-WiFi network. Article

> STMicroelectronics announced a new Multi-Chip Package memory portfolio for 3G and CDMA mobile phones. Release

> Afghanistan's telecoms regulator has shut down an illegal GSM network operating in Kabul. Article

And Finally... A Canadian university has limited WiFi networks on campus because the long-term safety of the technology is "unproven." Article


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