AT&T has revealed that it plans to sell five Android-based phones for HTC, Motorola and Dell this year as well as a pair of unnamed Palm devices. Analysts say AT&T is starting to diversify its line as it faces the possible end of its iPhone exclusivity deal. At the same time, AT&T's wireless head, Ralph de la Vega, said at an industry event that the telecom would use Qualcomm's Brew Mobile platform to bring applications to its midrange Quick Messaging Devices. Separately, location-based services provider WaveMarket said it would partner with AT&T to expand its network.

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