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The deeper Google WiFi revolution

If you've read John Dvorak's PC Magazine columns for long enough (and I have, for many years), you would know that adjectives like "timid" and "reticent" aren't usually the first ones

QUICKLINKS: LG Chocolate review; Mobile retail models in flux; Much more...

Review: LG VX8500 'Chocolate'. Blog Kiloo exec: Mobile industry

QUICKLINKS: TypePad takes blogging mobile; Mobile AJAX will replace J2ME; Much more...

TypePad takes blogging mobile. Blog Registration for Google Code Jam now open.

ALSO NOTED: Free WiFi in Dubai; Dublin businesses love wireless; and much more...

> WiFi comes to the Gulf: Dubai's Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has launched free wireless Internet service at Dubai International Airport yesterday.

Bumpy start for Portland's muni-WiFi

A few months ago the city of Portland, OR unveiled its plan for metro-WiFi with much fanfare. It has been a bumpy road, though, as several problems combined to make the launch of the ambitious

Editor's Corner: Is advergaming the future?

German game developer HandyGames will offer 28 titles as free

Review: Mobile mail services

Wap Review has posted a speed comparison of various WAP-based mobile mail services. Gmail wins out for speed, but Yahoo has had many years to work on their WAP mail

Carriers snub search giants for mobile search

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 to embed Yahoo in phones

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.

QUICKLINKS: Intel sells mobile processor division; MapQuest, Weather Channel top mobile app list; Much more...

Intel sells off XScale/Mobile processor unit to Marvell for $600M. Article Report: MapQuest, Weather