FCC considers roaming rules; Motorola expands ROKR line

> FCC Chairman Kevin Martin wants to require wireless providers to let some rivals use their networks in markets where the competitors own airwaves and are building their own systems. Article

> Shanghai HuaQin Telecom Technology Co. will license CDMA technology from Qualcomm for use in subscriber units and modem cards. Release

> Motorola introduced three new music-optimized devices.  The lineup includes MOTOROKR EM30, a candybar phone using Motorola's ModeShift technology, ROKR EM28, a clamshell device with sonic features and touch-sensitive keys, and ROKR EM25, a slider with FM radio sharing capabilities. Release

> MSN Mobile licenses dotMobi's DeviceAtlas. Article

And finally... The Florida teen who hiccuped for five weeks is suing a company that claims it has a hiccup cure for improperly using her image. Article

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