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> Sony Ericsson to sell its first Walkman phone in the US through its website. Article

> More on Intel's Digital Communities initiative. Blog

> Wireless Valley and Wireless by Design distributed an antenna system for emergency cellular services. Wireless Valley is a member of the 2005 FierceWireless Fierce 15, an annual list of the top emerging wireless companies. Release

> Trend: Non-WiMax broadband wireless technologies could get a boost from the latest WiMax delay. Article

> Maryland to get a $4.4 million federal loan to build a wireless broadband network on the Eastern Shore. Article

> The BBC licenses cult shows like Dr. Who for use on mobile networks. Article

And Finally... Celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Trek with the Star Trek Communicator Phone. Article

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