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> Cingular launched 3G in Atlanta. Release

> Telecom Italia is on the look-out for acquisition opportunities in Germany. Article

> Sprint Nextel's spin-off, Embarq, launched wireless services using Sprint's network. Release

> French operator SFR launched HSDPA in Paris and southern France. Article

> Glenayre Messaging said it migrated 5 million subscribers on South Africa's MTN network to its next generation voice and video messaging platform. Release

> The FLO Forum, an industry coalition promoting Qualcomm's Media FLO technology, approved three specifications that move the group further up the protocol stack from its original radio interface work. Article

> Entellium announced a sales force automation solution that includes all of the features of a CRM suite but is as intuitive as a music player. Release

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