AT&T launches Pantech Matrix Pro; Sony Ericsson adds more Xperia panels

> AT&T Mobility will launch the Pantech Matrix Pro, a flashier version of the Matrix running on Windows Mobile 6.1, on Feb. 24 for $149.99 with a two-year contract and after a $50 mail-in rebate. Release

> Sony Ericsson has added four new panels that will be available for download in March for its Xperia X1 phone, including a CNN news-feed panel and one that lets users have easy access to Skype. Article

> Verizon Wireless announced an agreement with mobile web platform provider Novarra and said it will be able to deliver a majority of mobile sites in full HTML view regardless of whether a subscriber's device supports a full HTML browser. Article

> Ontela, a mobile imaging solutions provider, said its photo-saving service is now available on Motorola's new Hint QA30. Article

And finally... The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania has thrown its support behind a man whose company name--"I Choose Hell Productions"--was rejected by the state because of a law prohibiting names that contain blasphemy. Article

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