Ovi store to offer mobile video; WiMAX Forum adds new directors

 > Nokia's Ovi Store will market mobile video when it launches, and will also market N-Gage games, with an emphasis on puzzle games. Article

> The WiMAX Forum announced that it had added four new members to its board of directors, from Clearwire, Comcast, Huawei and ITRI. Article

> CNBC said that traffic to its mobile site has grown more than tenfold since its June 2008 launch. Article

> Sprint Nextel said it will offer exclusive live audio access to its customers of a pre-race meeting at an all-star NASCAR race. Article

And finally... Police say a woman in Southern California allegedly used a fake ID to get breast implants and a liposuction treatment, and then left town. Article

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