Bridgewater inks deal with Cox; iPhone continues to drive customers to AT&T

> Bridgewater Systems announced that Cox Communications will deploy the Bridgewater Service Controller anchored by Bridgewater's Subscriber Data Broker to support the rollout of its new national 3G wireless service and plans to evolve to 4G LTE. Release

> Smartphones now account for close to three times more mobile web usage than their relative market share, according to mobile advertising marketplace AdMob's April 2009 Mobile Metrics Report. Article

> Virgin America said that 20 to 25 percent of its passengers use in-flight WiFi on the San Francisco-Boston route, heavily used by business travelers. Across the board, the average is 12 to 15 percent. Article

> Apple's iPhone continues to drive customers to AT&T, two years after its release, according to a report from research firm ChangeWave. Article

And Finally... Apple on Wednesday launched its annual back-to-school promotion offering Mac-buying students and teachers an iPod Touch at no additional charge. Article

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