China Mobile to launch modified iPhone; Sony Ericsson goes green

> China Mobile is expected to officially launch the Apple iPhone on its network with the 3G and WiFi services disabled. Article

> Sony Ericsson is going green. The company announced two environmental initiatives: an environmental warranty, and the concept of Sony Ericsson GreenHeartphones. Release

> Visa is working with Nokia to deliver Visa payment and payment-related services to Nokia handsets beginning with the Nokia 6212 Classic. The services are expected to be available in October 2008. Release

> Japan's SoftBank to launch 3G femtocells in January. Article

> Azulstar launches WiMAX at 3.65 GHz, with Alvarion equipment. Article

> Virgin signs six year extension with T-Mobile. Article

> New French 3G license designed to trigger competition. Article

> Mobile users losing millions of pounds a year on the wrong tariffs. Article

And finally... With WiFi service becoming popular on airplanes will flight attendants have to start monitoring the Web content fliers are watching? Article

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