ALSO NOTED: Sprint Nextel: Hurricane cost $150M to $200M; Wallet phones not catching on; and much more...

> Sprint Nextel said Hurricane Katrina will cost the company $150 million to $200 million. Article

> Wallet phones are still many years away from mainstream. Article

> Analysts say Qualcomm is "uniquely positioned" for the future 3G market. Article

> Handmark to deliver Associated Press news and photos to wireless devices. Article

> Cingular taps SmartTrust's over-the-air technology to simplify Cingular's third-generation network roll out. Article

> Why should people know what VoIP or 3G are? Blog

And Finally... Bang & Olufsen and Samsung to offer jointly made handset with B&O's design and acoustics. Article


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