ALSO NOTED: Spirent's board in turmoil; Saga surrounding PCCW ends; and much more...

> The board of directors of Spirent is in an uproar. Article

> The saga surrounding PCCW ended as minority shareholders of Pacific Century Regional Developments rejected Hong Hong billionaire Li Ka-shing's quest to take his son's stake in PCCW. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> Softbank completes refinancing of Vodafone loans. Article

> Motorola faces retrial in trade-secrets case. Article

> InfoSpace is offering customers with select handsets the chance to use its mobile local search for free for 60 days. Article

> Nielsen Mobile announced a deal with Sprint Nextel to monitor the operator's weekly ringtone and full-length over-the-air song download sales data. Article

And Finally... The royal correspondent for a British tabloid pled guilty in court to hacking into the mobile phone messages of Princes Charles, William and Harry's staff. Article

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