ALSO NOTED: Samsung execs convicted, upheld; Rogers-HTC device; and much more...

> EQO opens a U.S. office in San Francisco. Release

> Samsung executives recently found guilty of selling securities at lower-than-market-values have had their conviction upheld. The Seoul High Court found the execs guilty of selling the convertible bonds to the children of Samsung chairman Lee Kum-hee. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> Rogers and HTC unveil a new Windows Mobile 5-based handset. Article

> Carphone Warehouse offers a Nokia phone, the 8600. Article

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