Nortel sells more assets; Navy inks $60M deal with 3 operators

> Nortel Networks said it will auction off the software assets at its carrier division as it continues the process of liquidation to pay creditors. Article

> The Navy awarded a bundled $60 million contract to AT&T Mobility, Sprint Nextel and Verizon Wireless for nationwide cell phone service.  Article

> Cricket added a new phone called the Cricket Captr (pronounced kap-chur) to its mobile device lineup. The Captr features a zoom-enabled VGA camera. Article

> Verizon Wireless and Motorola announced the new flip-style Entice W766, which will go for $39.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and with a two-year contract. Release

> Pocket Communications launched a line of smartphones starting at $99. Release

And finally...  Art exhibits are cropping up around the country dedicated to cell phone photography ... yeah, really. Article

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