ALSO NOTED: Movida attracts 100,000 subscribers; Cingular makes military agreement; and much more...

> Movida Communications, which targets Hispanic wireless users, has attracted nearly 100,000 subscribers since its launch in 2005. Article

> The U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force and Defense Telecommunications Services-Washington (DTS-W) have signed a blanket purchase agreement with Cingular Wireless. Release 

> UBS Securities says demand for RIM's Pearl is strong at T-Mobile USA retail stores. Article

> Digicel has eye on U.S. market as MVNO. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

And Finally... A new survey conducted by Dell reports that 69 percent of teachers say wireless is key to the future of education. Article

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