AT&T, Bell Mobility ink roaming deal; Sprint to launch Samsung AM-OLED phones

> AT&T Mobility and Bell Mobility signed a roaming deal that will let AT&T subscribers roam on Bell Mobility's HSPA network when it launches and give Bell customers access to AT&T's GSM and HSPA networks. Release

> Sprint Nextel will launch Samsung-made phones with AM-OLED displays next year, which Samsung promises will improve battery life and video and photo quality. Article

> Twitter went down yesterday, and life went on. But the hoopla helped again highlight the focus wireless carriers have managed to place on such social networking services--a notable change of tack for a sometimes slow-moving industry. Commentary

> Garmin said its long-awaited Nuvifone device is on track to launch in the United States in the fourth quarter. Article

> Boost Mobile is launching a new installment of an ad campaign aimed at Hispanic customers. Article

And finally... A California man who filed 24 patent infringement claims against companies including AT&T, Motorola and Nokia will have to coordinate 24 separate trials. Article

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