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> Following the sell-off of its Japanese business for $48.7 billion, Vodafone said it is now reshuffling its management and structure. Article

> Wavesat, developer of WiMAX chipset, software and development tools, received the WiMAX Forum Certified for the FDD (frequency division duplex) mode of operation for its miniMAX 3.5 GHz CPE design. Release

> Modeo announced a deal with High Tech Computer to build a DVB-H-capable phone. Article

> Cingular Wireless said it has added Media Net data options to its GoPhone prepaid wireless offering. Article

And Finally... MVNO Mobile ESPN reached a deal with network partner Sprint to expand distribution of ESPN-branded phones in about 500 Sprint retail locations. Article

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