AT&T wins FEMA contract; Motorola strikes 4G partnership with Starent

> AT&T won a $50 million contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide voice and data services for the nationwide FEMA workforce. Release

> Motorola signed a partnership with network vendor Starent Networks to support its 4G equipment development. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Article

> With the expected launch of Windows Mobile 6.5 at Mobile World Congress next month, the big question is: Can it reinvent the user experience? Commentary

> A report by ABI Research predicted strong growth of netbooks, predicting 35 million shipments worldwide in 2009, growing to 139 million by 2013. Article

> Apple's App Store passed the 15,000 application mark, far outpacing Google's Android Market, which has around 800 applications and has yet to allow developers the ability to offer premium applications. Article

> A new study issued by information services provider Think Services' Game Developer Research division found that game development cycles for Apple's iPhone 3G are growing longer. Article 

And finally... A 14-year-old Chicago boy plead not guilty to impersonating a police officer. He reported for duty and was on duty for five hours before the trick was discovered. Article

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