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And Finally... Your daily dose of wireless trivia: This company, which developed personalized, intelligent faceplates for handsets called SmartSkins, was later sold to AOL.  What's this firm's name? Submit your answer here.

Yesterday's question: What handset is not-so-affectionately referred to as The Taco Phone? Answer: Nokia's N-Gage. The first correct responses came from: Nancy Fink; Tom Ladendorf, T-Mobile USA; Keith Pichelman, Concrete Software; Bee Lee, Sprint Nextel; Carlos Solis, T-Mobile USA

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