ALSO NOTED: Sprint Nextel signs data-roaming deals in Canada and Mexico; Motient sued by largest shareholder; and much more...

> Sprint Nextel signed data-roaming deals with BCE's Bell Canada and Mexico's Grupo Iusacell. Article

> Motient's largest shareholder filed a new lawsuit against the satellite company, alleging a recent transaction regarding mobile satellite service ownership changes violates federal securities law. Article

> The FCC cleared Sprint Nextel's acquisition of Nextel Partners. Article

> Bharti Group, India's largest GSM-based mobile services provider, said it will invest between $1.5 billion and $2 billion annually for the next five years to expand its business at home and abroad. Article

> Telefonica bought British broadband service provider Be Un Limited for $92 million to help it play in the FMC market. Article

> Sony Ericsson showed its first 3G capable i-mode handset, the K610im. Article

And Finally... Public humiliation helped get Sidekick back. Article

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