ALSO NOTED: Stealing GPS--not a smart move; Today's trivia question; and much more

> AirLink's ruggedized connectivity devices--the PinPoint X and Raven X--have been certified for use on Sprint's PowerVision network. The devices support 1xEV-DO Rev. A and are backwards compatible to work in areas where EV-DO Rev. A is unavailable. Release

> Kineto Wireless won another UMA client deal. BenQ will use Kineto's client software in its UMA-enabled dual-mode handsets available in 2007. Release

> Stealing GPS tracking units wasn't a bright idea for these crooks. Article

And Finally ... Your daily dose of wireless trivia.  In the late 1980s, Nextel Communications was known by another name. What was its original moniker?  Send your answer here.

Yesterday's Question: What was the name of the company that many believe to be a front for Apple, which filed a trademark in the U.S. for the "iPhone" in September 2006? Answer: Ocean Telecom Services. First correct answer came from Mark Jenkins, Select Communications.
 

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