ALSO NOTED: Qwest quietly launches Sprint's full-track music download; Alcatel buys out Fujitsu in 3G JV; and much more...

> Qwest Communications International has quietly launched Sprint Nextel's full-track music download service for Qwest wireless customers. Qwest resells Sprint service. Article

> Alcatel has said it bought the 34-percent stake it did not already own in a 3G technology joint venture with Japanese group Fujitsu. Article

> Lucent Technologies said Vodafone Italy has deployed a Lucent intelligent network solution for its HomeZone project. Release

And Finally... The nation's first mass-transit train with wireless Internet access rolled through Silicon Valley this week. Article

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