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ALSO NOTED: Visto to enter China; Virgin Mobile UK CEO steps down; and much more...

> Visto looks to enter Chinese push email market. Article > Chutes & Ladders: Virgin Mobile U.K. CEO

Editor's Corner

Alltel's roaming agreement with Sprint Nextel last week highlights the critical role the regional operator will play in the battle between Sprint and Verizon Wireless for CDMA 1xEV-DO market share.

Reports say Vodafone/Verizon deal close

Shares of Vodafone Group are flying high amid new reports of a possible sale of its stake in Verizon Wireless to partner Verizon Communications. According to British newspaper the

Speedus claims Verizon violating its patents

Speedus announced its CellularVision subsidiary has filed two patent infringement lawsuits against Verizon Wireless claiming the operator is infringing on technology patents its owns that address

SPOTLIGHT: New Treo features Palm OS, not Windows Mobile

Palm introduced the anticipated Treo 700p, a new CDMA 1xEV-DO Treo with Palm OS. While using the same hardware as the 700w, the 700p uses the Palm OS 5.4.9 instead of Windows Mobile. The 700p also

Operators cracking down on heavy data users

It's the continued saga about whether unlimited wireless high-speed data plans are really unlimited. Or at least it's a saga here since we've been writing about it for many months. We now hear

Verizon hawking traditional phone lines

Verizon Communications believes wireless and broadband are the future as it looks to sell off traditional phone lines, which have a value of up to $8 billion--a significant amount of cash to

ALSO NOTED: Airgo teams with PC maker for super-fast WiFi laptops; Did Vodafone reject offer from Verizon?; and much more...

> Airgo teamed up with boutique PC maker Alienware to sell laptops with super-fast WiFi. Article >

Sprint, Alltel sign 10-year roaming deal

Sprint and Alltel have announced a 10-year roaming service deal that will expand coverage areas and lower rates for some subscribers. The agreement is set to take effect in July and will cover

Editor's Corner

I had an interesting conversation with Bill Stone, COO of MVNO Amp'd Mobile, which targets the 18-to-35-year-old segment with edgy content, live extreme sports and concerts and full music