Mobile Content Bits: New Sprint Treo; IBM Fits Web Into Mobile; Verizon Tours With Jonas Brothers

— Treo With Windows Mobile On Sprint: The new Treo 800w has launched with Sprint (NYSE: S), marking the first device to be shipped with Windows Mobile 6.1, according to Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT). The Treo 800w, which is geared toward the business user, comes with WiFi, GPS and 3G and has a touchscreen with stylus and a full Qwerty keyboard.

— Highlighting the Web: IBM researchers said they have developed software that allows mobile users to clip pages off the Web and slim them down for viewing on a mobile phone, reports TechWorld. IBM’s Almaden Research Center built the service, which it calls “highlight,” as a Firefox browser extension. It lets users record the steps required to perform a simple task on the web — like looking up a flight — on a website, and then clip and send the relevant section of the Web site to another server, which makes the pages viewable on a mobile device. Don’t get too excited yet — the IBM researcher hasn’t publicly released Highlight, but may if there’s enough interest in the project.

— Verizon (NYSE: VZ) Partners with Jonas Brothers: The pop-singing Jonas Brothers is partnering with Verizon Wireless for its 41-city

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