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QUICKLINKS: Finding the smartphone sweet spot; entertainment tops Handango Yardstick;

> Finding the smartphone sweet spot. FierceWireless > Entertainment tops Handango

Sprint, it's time to take the money

Sprint, it's time to take the money The rumors are rife over acquisition and spin-off scenarios for troubled Sprint. Deutsche Telekom might make a play for Sprint, Sprint may spin off Nextel and

Sprint launches EV-DO Rev. A handset

Sprint announced that it would release a software update for its HTC Mogul handset that would allow the phone to connect to its EV-DO rev. A network. The HTC Mogul is

ALSO NOTED: Time is of the essence for Sprint-Clearwire; Voda to launch femtocells soon? and much more...

> Time is of the essence for Sprint-Clearwire. Article > Start-up

SPOTLIGHT: Qwest talking to AT&T, too

Looks like Qwest is taking its wireless partner deal public. Last week Verizon Wireless let it slip that it was in talks with Qwest after the telecom announced it was unhappy with its reseller deal

ALSO NOTED: Americans love mobile but not mobile content; RIM to launch Dipdive via BlackBerry; and much more...

> Americans love mobile but not mobile content. Article > RIM to launch Dipdive

Time is of the essence for Sprint/Clearwire WiMAX deal

Both Sprint and Clearwire sit in a holding pattern when it comes to their mobile WiMAX plans as the two try to hammer out a new deal and entertain outside deals.

Sprint's troubles inspire rumor mill

Sprint's recent troubles have made plenty of investors and subscribers uneasy, which has led to a number of acquisition-related rumors and highly speculative analysis. Here are three: Sprint to

Clearwire Q4 results offer mixed bag

Clearwire's fourth quarter results show the carrier has increased revenue to $45.4 million, up from $23.7 million a year ago. During the quarter Clearwire's net subscriber additions totaled 47,000,

SPOTLIGHT: Metric: Mobile broadband use grows 154%

According to a recent report from ComScore, U.S. Internet usage via mobile connections increased 154 percent during 2007. The study looked at data collected from computers that accessed the Internet