ALSO NOTED: SEC rejects Cisco stock options plan; NTT DoCoMo adopts FlashCast; and much more...

> SEC turns down Cisco's plan to sell derivatives based on their stock options. Article

> Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo adopts Macromedia FlashCast for the infrastructure of i-channel, a news and information service with multiple channels. Article

> The mobile phone has become the new battlefield for portable TV. Article

> Chinese OEM AMOI releases mobile phone with DV camcorder. Article

And Finally... Arbitron is testing a portable, pager-sized rating device that monitors the user's exposure to media throughout the day. Article

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