ALSO NOTED: Levi's to design line of handsets; Dell puts Viiv back on site; and much more...

> Levi's to design, market and distribute a line of mobile phones. Blog

> After numerous media sources (including this one) pointed out that Dell had removed all mentions of Intel's Viiv technology on its website, the company has recently added Viiv back into the appropriate descriptions. Article

> Leap Wireless, which sells flat-rate and prepaid cell phone service, said its operating subsidiary Cricket Communications has priced its private offering of $750 million of unsecured senior notes due 2014. Release

And Finally... I neglected to nominate our good friend Paul "Monty" Munford over at Monty's Gaming and Wireless Outlook for our Fierce Favorites blog competition, because I was under the impression his newsletter, which I read every Friday, was not hosted online. My apologies, Monty. Be sure to nominate and vote for your favorite blogs here.

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