Alltel gives access to iTunes; AT&T admits 3G demand exceeded expectations

> AT&T's CTO John Donovan admits that demand for 3G services caused by the debut of the iPhone 3G exceeded the company's expectation, causing AT&T to scramble to build up it's capacity in some areas. Article

> Alltel intros mobile access to iTunes playlists. Article

> JuiceCaster, Photobucket partner on user-generated content. Article

> Millennial teams with Paramount for 'Eagle Eye' campaign. Article

> Mobile banking market to reach 25 million by 2012. Release

> The first T-Mobile G1 Android phone ad. Video

> Andy Seybold: Android apps lack innovation. Industry Voices

And finally... This Japanese mobile phone will automatically unlock car doors let drivers start their engines without using an ignition key. Article

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