ALSO NOTED: Pantech, Cingular unveil GSM phone; Sun to lay off 13% of employees; and much more...

> Korean handset vendor Pantech Wireless and Cingular Wireless have unveiled a GSM phone. Article

> Sun Microsystems will lay off up to 13 percent of its employees as part of a "growth plan" to return to profitability. Article

> Starting this month, Italy will become the first country to roll out DVB-H technology. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

> Qualcomm announced it would extend Microsoft's "Live Anywhere" vision onto the BREW platform. Release

> Nokia extended its free Mobile Search software to users in Denmark, France, Italy, Norway and Spain. Article

> Report: Global base station market grew 64.5% in 2005, says EJL Wireless Research. Release

And Finally... France Telecom is rebranding most of its products under the name of its mobile-phone arm Orange. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

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