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> Virgin Mobile USA has filed an amended S-1 form regarding its IPO. Among the updated stats is a slightly lower total debt figure: "As of March 31, 2007, [Virgin Mobile USA's] total debt was $531.3 million." The original S-1 listed debt as of December 31, 2006, at $553.3 million. Filing 

> Nortel has been licking its WiMAX wounds ever since Sprint decided last year that it would build a $3 billion network with other suppliers. However, last week's news that Sprint may be re-thinking its aggressive WIMAX plans could be a good omen for Nortel.  Article

> Child tracking services don't all shut off when the phone goes off, which is making some airlines a bit uneasy. Article

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