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And Finally... What privately held firm launched its first smartphone in late 1999 for the much-hyped roll out of Sprint PCS Wireless Web service? The firm went on to launch two more handsets in 2000 but abruptly shuttered its doors in July 2001. Submit your answer here.

Yesterday's question: What is the name of ACCESS' mobile browser? Answer: NetFront. First correct answers came from: Michael Edwards, Verizon Wireless; Charles Chopp, Nokia; Vikrant Ghandi, Frost & Sullivan; Michael McKernan, Spirent; Kyle Bodenstab, Lockton 

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