Fuze comes with a nice shell from HTC which replaces standard Windows Mobile Today screen. It functions as a collection of shortcuts to a bunch of applications and functions of the phone. Unfortunately, it is also used by AT&T (and/or other network operators) to push a bunch of usual OEM "extensions" on an unsuspecting customer - usually, solicitations to buy more services and software.
Luckily, there is a nice customization program that helps remove this crap. It is called Diamond TF3D Config, and is available from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=405749.
Despite the fact that it is called "Diamond", it does appear to work - at least as far as removing the tab with AT&T stuff on it - on the Fuze device as well.
Next step - I need to figure out how to configure the Internet tab in TouchFlo so it does not go to their page...