Nokia signs European Comes With Music deal; HTC's G2 spied?

> Nokia said it had secured a pan-European deal to license its Comes With Music mobile music downloading service. Article

> Pictures of HTC's "G," the next phone from the handset maker based on Google's Android platform, have popped up on the Internet. Article, Pic

> Samsung and surround-sound and audio services provider SRS Labs signed a licensing deal to give Samsung access to SRS technologies for handsets. Article

> T-Mobile USA launched the Sony Ericsson TM506, with 3G AWS support, a 2-megapixel camera and TeleNav. The phone sells for $49.99 with a two-year contract and data plan. Article

And finally... An Indiana man with eyebrows so long he had to brush them each morning raised $1,600 for charity by having people take turns trimming his eyebrows. Article

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