ALSO NOTED: Facebook to launch Internet browsing via mobile phones; airBand acquires WindChannel; and much more...

> Facebook, the college-targeted online social network, will soon launch a feature that will enable Internet-style browsing over cell phones. Article

> airBand Communications, a fixed wireless company serving business customers, announced that it has acquired the fixed-wireless business from WindChannel Communications. Release

> Skype announced that all U.S. and Canadian-based Skype customers can now make free SkypeOut calls to traditional landline and mobile phones in the U.S. and Canada. Release

And Finally... About 51 percent of Americans disapprove of a Pentagon database of phone calls made by ordinary citizens, a USA Today/Gallup poll showed. Article


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