ALSO NOTED: Sony Ericsson's P990 delayed; IBM develops fast wireless chip; and much more...

> Sony Ericsson delays flagship P990 model aimed at business users, citing difficulties in setting up partnerships and production. Article (Wall Street Journal sub. req.)

> IBM develops fast wireless chip for content sharing. Article

> Nortel claims to have successfully exchanged VoIP, video and files over UMTS at uplink speeds of 1.4 Mbps. Release

> Enterprise gets more options when it comes to mobile email. Article

And Finally... Sprint and Bones in Motion use LBS to turn your mobile into a virtual coach. Release

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