ALSO NOTED: S. Korea curtails mobile spam; Kodiak inks deal with MTS Allstream; and much more...

> Kodiak networks inks a deal with MTS Allstream for its push-to-talk service. Release

> To curtail mobile spam, South Korea limits text messages to 1,000 per user per day. Blog

> Report: Netherlands, Denmark and Iceland each beat out South Korea, which held the top spot previously, for broadband penetration. Article

> Leap expands in Oregon through a JV with local carriers. Article

And Finally... As if there weren't enough psychological diseases: The tech junkie that just has to have the latest gadget may also be called a "neophiliac," one who has an overwhelming desire for the new and novel. So say the blogs and a book, a real one. Blog

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