ALSO NOTED: WiMAX Forum selects VeriSign; Intel letting go 1,000 managers; and much more...

> VeriSign has been selected by the WiMAX Forum to act as a single-source for a device authentication standard across broadband wireless networks in an effort to promote industry interoperability. Article

> Intel said it is letting go about 1,000 managers as part of its plan to broadly restructure the company. Article

> Palm teamed up with Microsoft and Vodafone to introduce a Treo smartphone designed to operate over high-speed wireless networks. Article

> Vodafone Italia said it will take legal action in a Milan court against Telecom Italia seeking to prove it abused its dominant market position. Article

> Nokia has won a radio and High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) network order from Saudi Telecommunication Company (STC). Article

And Finally... LG Electronics has been showing off a phone that includes a Breathalyzer. That might be useful at conferences. Article

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