iPhone 4 to drop to $147; Sprint brings WiMAX to Denver

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> Sprint Nextel launched its WiMAX service in Denver and Bridgeport, Conn. Release

> Sam's Club reportedly plans to sell the iPhone 4 for $147. Article

> Apple is reportedly looking to hire additional navigation engineers. Article

> Verizon Wireless launched an Exchange email service for its feature phones. Article

Mobile Content News

> Angry Birds heads to Ovi. Post

> Alltel Wireless and Wmode inked a new deal. Release

> The Mobile Marketing Association will develop a set of mobile privacy guidelines to complement its existing Global Code of Conduct. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Best Buy is giving away a 3G or WiMAX router with an Apple WiFi iPad. Article

> The use of the 900MHz spectrum for LTE services could compromise rail safety, claimed the U.K. chairman of the Rail Freight Group. Article

European Wireless News

> A study commissed by the GSMA and conducted by Analysys Mason questions whether using 2G modules in M2M devices provides a lower total cost of ownership than 3G modules. Commentary

> Orange will begin deploying Near Field Communications services in the majority of the countries where it has a presence next year.  Article

> O2 is launching a consumer pilot of its LTE network and offering several hundred users the use of its network for free for six months. Article

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