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> Sprint announced it will take a consulting role in the Middle East and North Africa region where Wataniya Telecom is rolling out push-to-talk services. Article

And Finally... Your daily dose of wireless trivia: After years of waiting, what popular television show's tech-obsessed fans finally got the coveted branded mobile phone on August 31, 2005? Hint: Viacom and Soma Mobile teamed up for the project. Submit your response here.

Yesterday's question: Sprint was the first Tier 1 U.S. operator to launch a real-time streaming mobile TV service. It was powered by Idetic, which later became known as MobiTV. What month and year did Sprint launch this service? Answer: November 2003. The first four correct answers came from: Bee Lee, Sprint; Jeff Lee, Proteus; Tom Park, Hands-On Mobile; Julie Ask, Jupiter Research

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