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> Qualcomm introduced a single-chip Universal Broadcast Modem (UBM) solution supporting three of the world's leading mobile broadcast standards. Article

> China Telecom said it plans to offer 3G services based the TD-SCDMA standard. Article

> Chutes & Ladders: Freescale Semiconductor lured Sandeep Chennakeshu from Ericsson's mobile unit to head up its wireless IC division. Article

> U.S. Cellular signed on to use Qualcomm's BREW-based handset customization interface, uiOne. Article

> Yankee Group: More than 70 percent of business initiatives driven by fixed-mobile convergence will fail. Release

> NTT DoCoMo said it might stop selling second-generation devices to focus on its 3G "FOMA" phones. Article

> India is delaying the roll out of 3G technology until the government finalizes its policy for services. Article (telecoms.com sub. req.)

And Finally... Sprint announced a new phone from LG it calls FUSIC, a combination of the words fun and music. Article

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