Sprint offering cable companies converged services; AT&T launches new netbook plan

> Sprint Nextel will begin offering cable companies converged services that will merge a customer's broadband, TV, home telephone service and wireless service. Article

> AT&T began a promotional plan to sell netbooks out of its own stores, offering a netbook for as low was $50. Article

> Verizon Wireless said that it considered e-readers hot devices for its open network development program. Article

> Verizon also launched three new devices for its open network. Article

> Kyocera launched the G2GO M200 handset, a low-cost, texting device with a full Qwerty keyboard and 2.4-inch QVGA screen. Slideshow

> Here are some hands-on pictures of the HTC Snap. Slideshow

And finally... A pet store owner in Connecticut found a baby rabbit in a shipment of rabbits that had two noses. Article

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