Sony Ericsson has no Android plans; Comarco sells testing division

> Mobile advertising needs to become more creative and step up its focus in a personalized handset experience. Commentary

> Sony Ericsson said it currently has no plans to launch an Android-based handset, but said the operating system was being tested on some of its phones. Article

> Apple and O2 are said to be in discussions to bundle Apple's MacBook laptop with mobile broadband services. Article

> Comarco announced it had reached an agreement to sell its wireless testing equipment business to Ascom Holding for $12.75 million in cash. Release

And finally... The blog Boy Genius Report posted a screen shot indicating Research In Motion's BlackBerry Bold will ship to Best Buy stores Oct. 26. Article

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