AT&T inks deal with Vlingo; T-Mobile launches new Nokia music phone

> AT&T Mobility announced a new licensing agreement and strategic alliance with speech recognition solutions provider Vlingo. Article

> T-Mobile USA launched a new Nokia phone, the 5130 XPressMusic, for $29.99 with a two-year contract and after $20 mail-in rebate. Article, article.

> The Wall Street Journal will begin charging a weekly fee for users to access its content via a mobile device. Article

> The Yankee Group's Phil Marshall said that operators will probably not have the same control over the distribution of smartphones that they have had with feature phones. Article

> Opera Software released a beta version of its new Mini 5 mobile browser. Article

And finally... A group of Massachusetts Institute of Technology students took a picture of the Earth from space and used a Boost Mobile i290 handset to send GPS coordinates back to the ground via SMS. Article

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