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This is a running link list of announcements coming out of CTIA conference..we will have more converage on some of these later:
— In-Fusio…

This is a running link list of announcements coming out of CTIA conference..we will have more converage on some of these later:
In-Fusio will polish ‘Halo’ as mobile unit: In-Fusio has signed a multiyear agreement to provide mobile games and other applications based on “Halo”…
Sprint TV Live Launches on Sprint Multimedia Handsets: Stations such as FOX Sports, ABC News Now, The Learning Channel and Discovery on Sprint TV Live, available nationwide and streams at up to 15 frames per second.
JumpTap Leaps into Mobile Search Space: A Cambridge, Mass., startup is taking on the Googles and Yahoos! of the world with its hosted white-labeled mobile search solution. JumpTap makes its debut today.
USA TODAY Launches ‘Text & Win’ Mobile Sweepstakes Program: A premium SMS sweepstakes program that allows readers to use their mobile phones to participate in daily newspaper polls to express their opinions as well as win weekly and grand prizes.
RealArcade Available on i-mode: Through O2, to consumers in the UK.
SI Swimsuit Content for Mobile Devices: Through AG Mobile…
InfoSpace Mobile Search Enhances: AJava interface for its mobile search offerings. The service, already in use in WAP (wireless application protocol)-enabled phones, uses a global positioning system to automatically locate where the phone user is and offers up information specific to that area.
Fandango goes to gadgets“: Mobile version of the online movie ticketing service…service will include full ticketing options for gadgets with access to the Internet, film and showtime information via text message and downloadable ringtones, games and clips.
MobiTV Launches MobiMedia: A media platform that enables the delivery of live TV, VOD and radio to audiences anywhere along with a new multimedia service made possible by the technology…MobiTV2 is the new service which will use this. More details on this later…
Sprint Customers Can Now Create Their Own Ringers for Their Mobile Phones: Lame music mixer kind of thing…
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By James Quintana Pearce

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