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It seems to me that the first harbinger of IPTV's imminent success will come the day Iowa Public Television no longer holds the top spot for "IPTV" searches on Google. Just saying...-

Browsing as the killer mobile app

A Nokia presentation by Dr. Jan Feller shows that the single biggest 3G application (in terms of data consumed) is browsing. It's also worth noting that about half that traffic

QUICKLINKS: Google's personalized mobile homepage; Dual-mode devices down right; Much more..

Analysis: Dual-mode devices done right. Blog Google's personalized homepage goes mobile.

Google buys ReqWireless

Google has acquired ReqWireless, a mobile software company best known for its J2ME Web browser. The deal actually closed in July 2005 but was just announced by

Google secures mobile ad patent, buys wireless co.

Google has been busy on the wireless front. Following last week's single-button search feature on upcoming Motorola handsets, Google has secured a patent for mobile advertising. The patent

QUICKLINKS: Will AJAX save mobile apps?; Gizmo versus Skype; Much more...

Skype and Netgear partner for VoIP phone. Blog Gizmo versus Skype.

CES: Motorola puts Google on handsets

Motorola announced that many of its future handsets will offer access to Google's search technology at the touch of a single button. The officialese is that the companies want to encourage mobile

Can municipal WiFi deliver what the politicians promise?

Muni-WiFi launched the public versus private debate, brought concerns over QoS and basically scared the pants off of ISPs. City governments reached into their Homeland Security coffers and asked

Editor's Corner

As is always the case at the end of the year, it seems like so much is about to happen. So many trends were on the verge of making good for 2005 but managed to slip away with certain promises come

Google launches Mobile GMail

Google has finally launched a WAP/XHTML version of GMail, its popular Webmail service. Mobile GMail has a clean, simple interface (some would say too simple) and does not