T-Mobile adds Where to web2go; ZTE gains another U.S. partner

> T-Mobile USA added uLocate's Where application to its web2go Web browsing solution. Article

> ZTE gained another operator partner in the United States, as i-wireless said it would launch the company's C77 candybar phone for $29.99. Release

> Both Leap Wireless and MetroPCS said they would launch the Samsung Messager II (yes that is how Samsung spells it)--Leap will sell it for $199.99 and MetroPCS will sell it for $149. Article

> Nokia announced the launch of Nokia Money, a new mobile financial service aimed at developing markets. Article

> Google will extend its Maps for mobile traffic coverage to include all U.S. highways and arterials. Article

And finally... The blue screen of death hobbles Samsung's ad. Fail

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