ALSO NOTED: Freedom Mail; Tweens still a major opp; and much more...

> The NYTimes has a feature on SetNet's free push email service, Freedom Mail, which the company believes can compete with the incumbents like RIM. Article 

> Despite recent moves by top carriers to make "tween" targeted handsets less available, reports indicate the market represents a major opportunity for new subscribers. Article

> Frontline Wireless adds partners as it lobbies for 700 MHz spectrum auction. Article

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