Sprint to offer Kyocera Echo for $199; TI warns of production problems in Japan

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> Sprint Nextel will sell the Kyocera Echo for $199 with a service contract starting April 17. Release

> Some are raising questions about the FCC's approach to cell phone radiation. Article

> Reuters provides a detailed look at Research In Motion's PlayBook tablet. Article

> Texas Instruments warned that Japan's disaster will affect its production. Article

> Intel purchased SySDSoft in a push for LTE technology. Article

> A number of wireless carriers are offering free calls to Japan. Article

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> AT&T is joining forces with global nonprofit One Economy to kick off a new mobile application competition. Article

> Entertainment provider Jesta Digital will partner with breakfast cereal giant Post Foods to introduce Honey and Joy. Article

> Microsoft will halt development of its Zune digital media player as a result of tepid consumer demand for the iPod rival. Article

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> Twitter is moving against third-party Twitter applications. Commentary

> Microsoft introduced a new Global Publisher Program. Article

> Business software giant Oracle released its Application Development Framework Mobile Client. Article

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