Nextwave posts quarterly loss; Microsoft's Ballmer confirms WinMo 6.5

> Nextwave Wireless posted a $23.6 million operating loss in the third quarter, and incurred a $172 million charge for discontinued network infrastructure operations. Release  

> Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer confirmed that the software giant would release Windows Mobile 6.5 and 7 in 2009. Article

> CTIA announced that former Vice President Al Gore will be a keynote speaker at CTIA 2009 in Las Vegas in April. Release

> The Salvation Army is launching a new fundraising campaign, asking for prospective donors via SMS text message. Article

And finally... An Alaskan man, under the influence of alcohol, was arrested for accidentally stealing another car. Article

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