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Media distribution developer PassAlong Networks announced the addition of 30,000 MP3 tracks to its digital music catalog, including content from venerable U.S. indie labels including Sub Pop, Epitaph
According to the most recent WSJ report about Google's plan to launch a branded handset in the U.S., the Internet search company is in talks with both Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel for devices
> Atheros takes on power issues for mobile phones that utilize WiFi networks.
Mobile marketing service provider SinglePoint announced an agreement with NBC Universal to manage and execute multiple participation media campaigns including mobile voting, sweepstakes, contests,
Sprint Nextel has agreed to give departing subscribers the means to unlock their phones for use on competitors' networks, as part of a proposed class-action settlement. The California suit accused
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Palm announced that it has closed its deal with Elevation for a 25 percent stake in the company for $325
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