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> Cricket Wireless plans to add 100 jobs. Article

> China Mobile CEO still interested in iPhone. Article

> OpenMoko releases service that lets users design the body of a phone, too. Article

> Motricity restructures and returns to its carrier-focus. Article

> Yahoo debuts mobile content management system. Article

> Microsoft inks Silverlight deal with Nokia. Article

> Vodafone demos an image-based mobile search application. Article

And Finally... Ofcom vows to take action after a couple is charged thousands for downloading four episodes of Friends onto their mobile. Article

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