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> False iPhone release date gets online retailer in hot water within blogosphere. Article

> More on T-Mobile USA's parent company Deutsche Telekom's Q4. Article

> RBC Capital Markets' latest study finds that 75 percent of those Americans surveyed said they are not interested in watching mobile TV. Of course, that means 25 percent are at least somewhat interested, making for a ripe market. Release

> Verizon Wireless makes sure Daylight Savings Time adjustments come at the right time for its subscribers' mobile phones' clocks. The new Energy Policy Act moved up the day on which most of the U.S. will "spring ahead" to the second Sunday in March. Release

And Finally...  What historical figure is Bluetooth named after? Submit your answer here.

Yesterday's question: During what month and year did RIM reach the milestone of having 1 million BlackBerry users? Answer: February 2004. It took less than ten months for the company to double that figure. First correct answers came from: Vikrant Gandhi, Frost & Sullivan; Deana Ray, Brightpoint; Jason Minkkinen, T-Mobile USA; Kenny Wray, Verizon Wireless

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