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> Hewlett-Packard, Tropos Networks launch metro WiFi in Franklin, Tennessee, and St. Cloud, Florida. Tropos Networks is a member of the FierceWireless Fierce 15, an annual list of the top emerging wireless companies. Release

> Cingular Wireless and the Communications Workers of America Union make progress in talks. Article

> Victims of Hurricane Katrina use SMS to communicate. Article

Rumor Mill: The iTunes phone can only carry 25 songs. Article

> IT professionals mobilize to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. Blog

And Finally... From the team at FierceMarkets: Our hearts go out to the victims of Hurricane Katrina. If you have not done so, please think about donating money and/or time to a charity like the American Red Cross. We offer our best wishes to the individuals and businesses in the Gulf Coast region who will be recovering from this disaster in the months to come.

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