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Verizon and Warner Bros. set wireless content deal

Verizon Wireless has reached a wireless content deal with Warner Bros. Scenes and trailers from the WB Network shows "Everwood," "Gilmore Girls," "Smallville" and "Supernatural" will be available

C&L: NTL and SureWest get new CEOs

NTL named Stephen Burch as CEO to replace Simon Duffy, who will become the company's executive vice chairman. SureWest Communications named Steve

Amp'd Mobile launches

Amp'd Mobile, an MVNO that users Verizon's network, "soft launched" last week and plans a full roll out later this month. The service is currently only available

QUICKLINKS: Apple abandons iTunes ringtone service; Analysis: MVNO market in the U.S.; Much more...

Apple abandons iTunes ringtone service. Article MobiTV to put personalized ads in cell phone video feeds.

It's official: EVDO Motorola Q

Motorola has confirmed that an EVDO version of its super-slim Q smartphone will ship in the first quarter of 2006. Since its EVDO, the phone will probably be

QUICKLINKS: 90% of gamers learn about games from their carrier; Gartner: Don't buy RIM; Much more...

Beginning of the end for DRM music? Blog Gartner says patent ruling puts BlackBerry users at risk.

Verizon Wireless wins 2 cases against telemarketers

Verizon Wireless won two cases against telemarketers who made unwanted sales calls to its customers. The company has launched a new legal battle against unwanted SMS spammers. Judges in New Jersey

ALSO NOTED: 802.16e becomes a standard; Verizon Wireless brings CBS to VCast; and much more...

> Mobile WiMax standard 802.16e receives approval from the IEEE, making it a standard. Article > Verizon

Cingular teams with Kodiak to launch P2T

Cingular Wireless and Kodiak Networks launched the carrier's much anticipated push-to-talk service. Cingular's P2T offering uses GSM voice channels to make the calls, marking a difference from

Verizon Wireless signs on to QUALCOMM's MediaFLO

Following the FLO Forum's approval of QUALCOMM's MediaFLO, Verizon Wireless has signed on as the technology's first major carrier. The companies have not discussed the types of content that might