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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

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New Orleans claims BellSouth withdrew donation over muni-WiFi plan. Article Microsoft, Yahoo! and

C&L: SR Telecom appoints new vice chairman

SR Telecom named Paul Griswold as vice chairman of the board of directors and secretary. Agere Systems named Ruediger Stroh as executive VP and general manager of

Google to build WiFi hotzone

Google has submitted a bid to build a WiFi network in San Francisco, but as it waits that city's decision, the search engine company is planning to build a WiFi network in its own

Editor's Corner: Yahoo!, Google announce new mobile services

According to a report (sub. req.) in The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! will launch a

ALSO NOTED: Carriers, ISPs seek to control users' bandwidth; Pelosi seeks investigation into Foxcom Wireless;and much more...

> Carriers and ISPs look to control subscribers use of bandwith. Article > Pelosi seeks

Chutes & Ladders: Motorola sues ex-CFO over Nortel hire

Motorola has filed a lawsuit against former CFO Mike Zafirovsky to block Nortel's appointment of him as CEO. The suit seeks to prevent Zafirovsky from joining Nextel for two years, claiming the

SPOTLIGHT: May the best team win

nextWLAN wants to deploy a network of wireless nodes which would be connected to existing DSL or cable lines. If enough people signed up, San Francisco could create a network using the nodes to

ALSO NOTED: GoRemote teams with Skype for wVoIP;Agere's new chip solution grants handsets cinema quality video; and much more..

> GoRemote and Skype bring wVoIP to the enterprise. Release > Agere Systems

Google, Comcast in talks to invest in AOL

Following yesterday's announcement of an MSN and Yahoo Messenger integration, Google and Comcast are considering an investment in Time Warner's AOL. Google's search engine already powers AOL's