ALSO NOTED: Sprint Nextel completes Embarq spinoff; Nokia announces latest business phone; and much more...

> Sprint Nextel completed the spinoff of its local telephone business, Embarq. Article

> Nokia announced the latest edition to its Eseries line of business phones. Article

> IBM and Research In Motion are planning a greater integration between IBM Lotus Domino and the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution. Article

> WiFi network test equipment maker Azimuth Systems is now targeting the fixed/mobile convergence market. Article

> Sony Ericsson launched four new mobile models, including two in its Walkman branded music phone category. Article

And Finally... Halifax Home Insurance says a mobile phone is stolen in the U.K. on average every 12 seconds. Article

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