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More Moves on AT&T and Sprint Affiliates Likely

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AT&T Wireless bought affiliate TeleCorp PCS in what may be the first of other similar acquisitions by AT&T Wireless. Sprint PCS, which also has an affiliate program, may not start scooping up its partners anytime soon.

App Independence

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AppForge offers more flexibility; Syclo builds in greater versatility.

Spectrum Squabble Update

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TPS Utilicom is still battling AT&T Wireless. But the NextWave saga may be coming to a close.

Developers Back Pocket PC

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Microsoft lines up support for latest update of OS from iConverse, My Doc Online and Changepoint.

Cable & Wireless CEO Graham Wallace Talks About New Premium Services

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Cable & Wireless CEO Graham Wallace is bullish about the company's future in advanced managed hosting.

Fast Facts Matrix: October 8, 2001

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Novell has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft alleging that Microsoft made false and misleading statements about Novell's latest network operating system, NetWare 6.

Its All Coming Together

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The person who does not worry about the future will shortly have worries about the present.

C&W Takes Network to the Edge

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Cable & Wireless this month becomes the first major communications carrier to integrate edge computing technologies into its network as it relaunches Digital Island, the Web hoster and content distribution network it recently acquired.

Travel Restrictions Keep Handhelds Grounded

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The American public's scaled-back travel plans could not have come at a worse time for the handheld market. Without a highly mobile work force, the need for handhelds fall off a cliff.

Entertainment Companies Sue Next Napsters

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Movie and music industry associations on Wednesday, Oct. 3, filed a new round of copyright infringement lawsuits against three peer-to-peer file sharing companies, including MusicCity Networks, which operates the popular Morpheus service.

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