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> UAE's du confirms its set to launch on February 11, 2007. Article

> Mobile Marketing Association takes on APAC. Article

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> U.S. carriers to barrage subscribers with new marketing. Article

And Finally... Your daily dose of wireless trivia: Fill in the blank to complete the name of this now defunct startup: Wheels of ____. Hint: The founder also founded Apple. Submit your answer here.

Yesterday's Question: This company, which developed personalized, intelligent faceplates for handsets called SmartSkins, was later sold to AOL.  What's this firm's name? Answer: Wildseed. The first correct responses came from: Marc Alloul, Mobitween; Jeff Folino, T-Mobile USA; Amar Patel, Action Engine; Neil Strother, Jupiter Research; Jeff Kirschner, Razz

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