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Google counters privacy concerns about its WiFi

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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Accton to manufacture gear for FON

Maybe FON is not today's version of the 1960s, but still, there is something about its concept of sharing that brings the good old days of the 1960s communes to mind. Not that purely capitalist

QUICKLINKS: Report: Mobile music worth $7.7B in 2010; Google's new mobile RSS reader; Much more...

Mobile music worth $7.7B in 2010. Article DoCoMo mandates GSM on new phones.

Google making mobile-phone inroads in Asia

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

Google, Nokia bet on muni-WiFi

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

QUICKLINKS: Ericsson launches IMS initiative; Motorola's new open source portal; Much more...

Ericsson launches IMS developer initiative. Release Motorola's new open source portal.

Nokia set to announce WiFi Google Talk app

Nokia is reportedly adding Google's Talk application to its Internet Tablet device, which has become a popular WiFi device with consumers. According to reports, Nokia plans to announce tomorrow an

SPOTLIGHT: New Treo features Palm OS, not Windows Mobile

Palm introduced the anticipated Treo 700p, a new CDMA 1xEV-DO Treo with Palm OS. While using the same hardware as the 700w, the 700p uses the Palm OS 5.4.9 instead of Windows Mobile. The 700p also

No Google phone in the immediate future

You can rest assured that you won't see a Google phone anytime soon. Google CEO Eric Schmidt told the press during its "Press Day" event that it's not interested in launching an MVNO or