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> Trend: US MVNOs will capture 71 percent of prepaid customers by 2010. Release

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> Dell chose Novatel to supply wireless EV-DO and HSDPA mobile broadband embedded modules for its next-generation notebook computers. Article

> Siemens said it has received an order from Malta's wireless operator Vodafone Malta to build a W-CDMA network. Article

> Sprint Nextel introduces numerous mobile exclusives for the Super Bowl. Release

> Telephone and Data Systems and United States Cellular announced the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) granted both companies an extension until February 28 to regain compliance with AMEX listing standards. Article

And Finally... Something every wireless executive needs: A golf bag equipped with a solar-powered charger for handsets. Article