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EA inks game deals with Verizon Wireless, Sprint

Electronic Arts today announced mobile game deals with Verizon Wireless and Sprint. Verizon Wireless will offer a number of EA titles including Madden NFL 06, Tiger Woods PGA Tour, and NBA Live 06

Sprint, Nextel shareholders approve deal

Shareholders of both Sprint and Nextel Communications yesterday voted overwhelmingly to approve the $35 billion merger of the two carriers. More than 70 percent of Nextel's shareholders agreed

Motricity snags $30M in new funding

Mobile content and services provider Motricity secured $30 million in additional financing. The round was led by Advanced Equities with participation from previous investors, including Technology

Verizon offers Motorola E815 EV-DO handset

Verizon Wireless has started selling a new phone with support for its EV-DO network. The Motorola E815 is similar to the V710 and includes a 1.3-MP camera, an MP3

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Editor's Corner

The US 3G Market Heats Up... Finally After years of waiting, the US wireless market finally has 3G service from more than one service provider. Sprint this week made its 3G launch

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Rumor Mill: T-Mobile USA may be up for sale

Deutsche Telekom (DT) has repeatedly said that it has no plans to sell its North American operation, T-Mobile USA. The telecom seems to be changing its tune as reports broke this weekend that top

MVNO Amp'd Mobile aims to sell entertainment

MVNO Amp'd Mobile plans to rethink the wireless reseller idea, focusing on mobile entertainment and content rather than voice. When the MVNO launches service later this year, Amp'd will offer

Editor's Corner

Yesterday's panel at the WCA show, "Should City-Funded, WiFi Consumer Networks Be Boosted or Banned?," was one of the best sessions I have participated in all year. There was real debate and the