ALSO NOTED: Nokia teams with Orange for S60; Pyramid on MVNOs; and much more...

> Qualcomm responds to Broadcom's ITC move with a strategic press release that brings the spotlight back to the misappropriation case. Release

> Nokia inks a deal with Orange for a software platform collaboration, which aims to strengthen the role of Symbian's S60 software. Release

> AxisMobile announced that it signed a deal with a global network provider that serves 28 of the world's top 50 mobile carriers to provide consumer mobile email services. It won't disclose the name of its partner yet, can you? Article

> Pyramid Research's take on the MVNO shakeout of 2006: "The MVNO model is not attractive--especially in the US market--and content as a cost-lever is not enough to sustain a business model."  Release

> Forbes keeps juggling the iPhone rumors with a recap of the most recent rumors. Article

And Finally... More reports that British "shame" is working to discourage U.K. motorists from driving while talking on their mobiles. Article

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