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CTIA Wireless I.T. and Entertainment Datebook

Monday, Oct. 22. 9:15 AM- Mobile Entertainment Live! Moscone Center South Hall − Moscone Esplanade Ballroom Carrier Q&A with Mark Collins, VP Consumer Data, AT&T Wireless. Collins replaced outspoken AT&T data executive Jim Ryan, earlier this year. We expect Collins to give details about a rumored "substantial" AT&T music announcement during this Q&A. Tuesday, Oct. 23. 9:30 AM- Keynote address with Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft 1:01 PM to 2:14 PM- State of Mobile Content Mini-Con- Carrier panel. Moscone Center South Hall − Room 250 Finally, a panel with

HTC Touch on Sprint- New phone release roundup

HTC Touch Coming to Sprint: < Previous Phone |

The big four launch a handset apiece

With just a few days before the CTIA I.T. & Entertainment conference kicks off, all four of the big carriers in the U.S. have launched handsets today. Sprint launched the HTC Touch. AT&T

ALSO NOTED: In-flight wireless; Sprint's SEE TV; and much more...

> Alaska, Virgin re-investigate in-flight wireless. Article > Sprint debuts original mobile TV network.

Sprint's WiMAX strategy will likely undergo a tweak

Let me go on the record as saying I don't believe Sprint Nextel will abandon its WiMAX plans in light of investor pressure and the

New AT&T Mobility CEO: De la Vega

Things really do come in threes: Days after the exits of Sprint Nextel CEO

Moto unveils nine phones, LG Rumor drops

Motorola unleashed nine new handsets today, including a "luxury" version of the RAZR2 V8 and a pink U9, which is based on the PEBL U6. Other handsets included the U9 in black, the W377

Virgin Mobile IPO: Not bad for an MVNO

Virgin Mobile USA's IPO launched yesterday at the low end of the expected share price range: $15 from an

Virgin Mobile USA launches IPO

Virgin Mobile USA has floated 27,500,000 shares of Class A common stock priced at $15.00 per share on the New York Stock Exchange today. The shares began trading today under the symbol

Forsee out at Sprint, WiMAX strategy in question

Gary Forsee has resigned as Chairman and CEO of Sprint Nextel, putting into question the operator's $5-billion WiMAX plans. Sprint Nextel has been struggling quarter to quarter from churn in its