ALSO NOTED: Amp'd taps Medio for ads; Daily Trivia; and much more...

> Yahoo updates its mobile search offering to deliver "locally relevant answers" and WAP search. Article

> Amp'd inks a deal with Medio for mobile advertising. Article

> Telecom Italia board criticizes company for lack of transparency over strategy and search for an industrial partner. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

> Mobivox also tries to put Skype on mobiles. Article

> Recent American Express survey finds that more than 40 percent of 300 executives said they plan to increase spending on mobile technology designed to increase business travelers' productivity. Article

And Finally... "Palm" has existed as an independent company known as "Palm" in how many instances? Submit your response here.

Yesterday's question: In 1988, what was the average monthly wireless bill? Answer: In June it was $95.00 and in December it was $98.02. First correct answers came from: Jason Minkkinen, T-Mobile USA; Richard Yeh, Samsung Semiconductor; Deana Ray, Brightpoint; Nick May, Asurion; Brad Emert, CHR Solutions


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