Large phone companies like Verizon and AT&T never cashed in on the proliferation of search and advertising on the Internet, because big online players like Google and Yahoo had the market
Motorola made a deal with Yahoo to embed Yahoo mobile services into millions of its phones. Motorola has agreed to host Yahoo's Go for Mobile applications on its mid- and high-range handsets.
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The muni-wireless market is just a few years old, but it looks like municipalities are starting to shake it up by pursuing free wireless service supported solely by advertising. According to a
Google believes in the one-two approach. First, it will begin a phased roll out of a free wireless Internet access service in its home town of Mountain View, California, this summer. Second, while
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China's largest mobile operator, China Mobile (Hong Kong), said it's in discussions with with Google to launch an Internet search engine for mobile services in China. The talks sound like they are
Mark Twain said, "Find out where the people are going and get there first." This is precisely what Google and Nokia are doing. Today the two companies launch a version of Nokia's handheld Internet