AT&T launches Samsung Impression; Amdocs wins Clearwire deal

> AT&T Mobility launched the Qwerty-keyboard-toting Samsung Impression, which has an AMOLED display, for $199.99 with a two-year contract and rebate. Article

> WiMAX carrier Clearwire will use Amdocs' billing and customer management products under a new deal announced between the two companies. Release

> Unless the recession ends quickly, users will cut down on mobile entertainment spending by about $13 billion over the next five years, according to Juniper Research. Article

> The carrier Ethernet equipment market is expected to grow to $32 billion by 2013, according to Infonetics, driven by large growth in data networks, especially in video traffic. Article  

And finally... An ex-pastor in New York has been accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from his church to pay for plastic surgery, Botox injections and prescription drugs. Article

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