ALSO NOTED: RIM injunction hearing set for Feb.; AT&T posts strong quarter; and much more...

> RIM injunction hearing scheduled for February. Article

> Newly merged AT&T posts strong quarter because of demand for mobile and broadband. Article

> QUALCOMM's guidance for 2006 disappointed Wall Street. Article

> NTELOS announced a proposed initial public offering. Release

> Two companies accused of selling the billing records of T-Mobile cell phone customers over the Internet have been ordered by a court to stop. Article

> SiRF Technology introduced SiRFLinkI, a single-chip solution integrating GPS and Bluetooth functions. Article

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