Sony Ericsson to release Idou phone in second half; former Alltel execs start consultancy

> Sony Ericsson said it will introduce its first Entertainment Unlimited device, the Symbian-based Idou, during the second half of 2009. Article

> Former Alltel executives have formed an investment and consultancy firm, the Circumference Group, led by Alltel's former chief operating officer Jeff Fox. Article

> Garmin-Asus will begin shipping its first LiMo phone in June, according to a Reuters report. Article

> MobiTV, a longtime player in the mobile television market, will launch a version of its service for the iPhone this summer. Article

And finally... A driving instructor in Massachusetts who was drunk while giving a driving lesson will be able to stay out prison, but will have his license revoked for a year. Article

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