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XHTML Backed by the Big Boys

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The certainty that XHTML basic will emerge as the standard language for next-generation wireless devices lies in the fact that it is backed by two organizations with tremendous clout.

Cingular Wireless

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Cingular Wireless instantly became the nation's second-largest wireless carrier when it launched operations last fall.

International Telcos

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Companies look to bounce back from debtor's blues

Teligent

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Teligent has sunk into the murky bog of the fixed wireless market, weighed down by $1.65 billion in debts.

XO Communications

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Formed by the $3.4 billion merger of Concentric Network and Nextlink Communications, XO Communications is building a local and long-distance network, plus copper and fixed wireless in the local loop.

Cable & Wireless N.A.

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Cable & Wireless is making a bid to become one of the most formidable telecommunications providers in the U.S.

Deutsche Telekom

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Deutsche Telekom is turning to the world to fuel the company's growth.

Making a Good Thing Less Good

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Now that I travel and need a national cellular plan, I said goodbye to my Motorola dual-mode StarTac.

CenturyTel

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People in rural america need wireless and internet services, too, CenturyTel has concluded.

Sprint PCS

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Sprint PCS isn't the biggest fish in the wireless pond, but it is adding customers faster than anyone.

BellSouth

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BellSouth stands out as the only regional carrier that has not done "the big deal" and merged with one of its giant peers.

Alltel

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Alltel, led by chairman and CEO Joe T. Ford, has made its mark mainly as a wireless provider, though the company offers a range of services that include local and long-distance service, paging and Internet access.

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