Sprint opens 'green' retail store; TerreStar's satellite phone gets rolling

> Sprint Nextel, which recently launched a series of initiatives designed to highlight its eco-friendliness, opened its first "green" retail store in Houston, which uses energy-efficient lighting fixtures and low volatile organic compound paint and carpeting. Release

> TerreStar's Genus satellite smartphone, which is headed to AT&T Mobility, received FCC approval (article); separately, TerreStar announced a manufacturing services agreement with Flextronics for the phone (release).

> Consumer traffic to Apple's App Store increased 57 percent during the Thanksgiving week compared with the same period in 2008. Article

> Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is expanding into mobile payments services. Article

And finally... Looks like Mrs. Claus might be in trouble in this latest ad from Boost Mobile. Video

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