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Articles from Telecomworldwire (January 11, 2005)

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AMD unveils Turion 64 mobile technology. Brief Article 116
Brother claims interruptions cost IT industry GBP7.4m a year. Brief Article 176
Finnish Data Protection Ombudsman orders Zed Oy to clarify SMS marketing - report. Brief Article 159
Huawei Technologies aims for worldwide growth. Brief Article 132
LG and T-Mobile extend handset partnership. Brief Article 130
LHS and Tango Telecom team up to create new mobile phone billing platform. Brief Article 186
Mobile phone photo company acquired by VeriSign. Brief Article 132
Nokia cuts jobs in Multimedia Business Group. Brief Article 153
Nokia expands its mobile connectivity solutions portfolio. Brief Article 166
Nortel Networks cuts 2003 profit after audit. Brief Article 158
Primus Mobiles launches SIM free camera video phone. Brief Article 158
Samsung and Sonus Networks aim to accelerate VoIP carrier migration. Brief Article 139
South Africa's Telkom starts WiMAX trials. Brief Article 124
Sunbelt System Software extends Double-Take deal with NSI Software. Brief Article 173
T-Mobile to skip first US 3G rollout. Brief Article 145
Telefonica Moviles to seek injunction over Mexican spectrum cap. Brief Article 161
TTPCom licenses EDGE protocol software to ASMobile Communications. Brief Article 131
UK supermarket announces new broadband offer. Brief Article 107
UK telecomms forum broadens appeal for 100th anniversary. Brief Article 120
Unipalm launches N-able's N-Central 4.0. Brief Article 112
Vodafone Germany offers full-length film on 3G phones. Brief Article 131
Webroot releases automated anti-spyware research system. Brief Article 131

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