3G Slide coming to T-Mobile; Intel wants to expand to tablets

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> T-Mobile's myTouch 3G Slide will be available June 2 at T-Mobile retail stores. link to site

> Intel Corp. sees big opportunities to expand its business in the nascent tablet PC market. article

Mobile Content News

> Adobe announced it will add mobile website development tools into its Dreamweaver product. article

 > Mobile operators yield less than 5% of digital music sales. article

> Mobile marketing and advertising spend will experience a compound annual growth rate of more than 40 percent through 2015 according to a new forecast issued by ABI Research. article

Mobile Broadband News

> Popular social-networking company Facebook has introduced a new mobile site called 0.facebook.com that promises data-charge-free access. article

> Google is still experiencing fallout associated with its revelation that it had been collecting payload data on open WiFi networks through its Google Street View program. article

> Indian 3G auction rakes in $14.5 billion. article
 
 European Wireless News

> Vodafone increased its pre-tax profits to £8.7 billion in its last quarter, more than double for the same period last year. article

> NSN to expand Chinese R&D team by 50 percent. article

>  Study into cell phone usage and cancer proves little, deemed a waste of time. article

And finally.... If your Android phone's battery doesn't last all day, blame the application. Article

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