ALSO NOTED: The N-Gage follow-up; Digicel in Guyana; JT-TV; and much more...

> Undeterred by its failed N-Gage device, Nokia is ready to push into the mobile gaming market again with a new phone that is enhanced for mobile game play. The phone is expected to launch this summer. Look for more news on Nokia's mobile gaming initiatives at the GDC conference next month.  WSJ (sub. req.)

> Caribbean operator Digicel will begin offering wireless service in Guyana this week. The company has invested $60 million in the country and will offer innovative wireless services such as prepaid roaming and rollover minutes. Release

> Justin Timberlake has his own V CAST offering, called JT-TV. The service will have four channels in 2007: Fashion, Film, Music and Lifestyle. Article

And Finally... Looks like contracts will make the iPhone a little cheaper. Article

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