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> Nokia shows off the wireless Linux-powered tablet, the 770. Article l Blog

> Motorola to vote in favor of Sprint, Nextel merger. Article

> The UMA group dissolves as the body's standard makes its way into 3G. Article

> Fiberlink launches Extend360 software for Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs. Release

And Finally... WiFi has evolved from luxury to must-have feature for most hotels and business travelers. Blog

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