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QUICKLINKS: VC firm 3i exits mobile market; Adobe webinar: Flash Lite vs. J2ME; Much more...

UK-based investment firm 3i walks away from mobile. Blog Adobe web seminar on Flash Lite vs. J2ME.

SiRF, Skyhook offer WiFi location-based service

Fifteen years or so, in the immediate aftermath of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the growing rapprochement between the erstwhile enemies, you could buy T-shirts in Washington, DC that

SPOTLIGHT: San Francisco mulls FTTH

As if one controversy were not enough, San Francisco now has two of them on its hands. The first is the still-not-determined battle of the Google-EarthLink muni-WiFi idea. The second is building a

ACLU puts heat on Earthlink and Google in San Fran

As if Earthlink and Google aren't getting enough heat over their muni-WiFi project in San Francisco. The ACLU of Northern California told the city's Board of Supervisors that its contract with

Carriers plan mobile Google-killer

Several European carriers along with Cingular/AT&T are secretly planning to get together during 3GSM to form a mobile search service that could take on Google, the

Carriers' rumored 3GSM mobile search plot

According to an unsourced report in the Sunday Telegraph, a consortium of European carriers and Cingular are planning to get together during the 3GSM conference next week to discuss the

Google: Monetization of mobile ads to rise

During its announcement of its fourth-quarter results, which beat Wall Street's expectations,

Bling introduces new mobile AJAX platform

Just last week I wrote about mojax, an AJAX-like

ALSO NOTED: CTIA announces Bush Sr. and Clinton as speakers; SF to reconsider Google-EarthLink?; and much more...

> CTIA announces President George Herbert Walker Bush and President Bill Clinton as keynote speakers on day three of the spring conference.

SF mayor: Don't let politics ruin muni-WiFi plans

As we reported yesterday, the fate of the Google-EarthLink project to grant free muni-WiFi to