ALSO NOTED: TI announces increase in revenues from handsets; Sprint Nextel settles ad dispute in NY; and much more...

> Texas Instruments announced a 23 percent increase in revenue for the first quarter, driven by growth in 3G mobile phone handsets and demand for lower-end handsets in emerging countries. Article

> NTT DoCoMo said it stopped selling Panasonic "P702i" handsets for its 3G service as some fail to turn on once they are switched off. Article

> Sprint Nextel said it settled a dispute with New York City's Department of Consumer Affairs over ads placed by independent retailers that violated local laws. Article

> RIM and T-Mobile introduced the Blackberry 8700g, which can be used as a phone and access the Internet and email. Article

> In-Stat says up to 25 million U.S. mobile phones could also be mobile wallets by 2011. Release

And Finally... Logicube has developed a portable kit which can extract data from more than 160 handsets when needed by the police and forensic staff. Article