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Chugging along in the wake of Sendo's shock departure from the MS smartphone camp we have a particularly neatly-worded piece of advanced PR for CTIA Wireless 2003 in New Orleans next March.

The agenda doesn't seem to up at the show site yet, but Microsoft (oh yes...) would particularly like you to attend a session entitled "Sendo products and the Microsoft (tm) OS." Presumably this will give us detailed background on the Microsoft-Sendo relationship, and finally nail down the reason why Sendo pulled the plugs on it just days before its Stinger was due out in Spain and Italy.

It goes on: "Overview of Sendo's current and future Smartphoneprojects" - presumably this won't take long - and then another twist of the knife: "Experience of using the Microsoft (tm) Smartphone OS."

And finally, Sendo vice president, smartphones Susan Macke will present on "Building strategic partnerships and alliances in the Smartphone sector." With Nokia, presumably... ®

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