ALSO NOTED: Google-China Mobile; An easier Daily Trivia question; and much more...

> More details on Google's plans with China Mobile. Article

> Review of the Vulcan FlipStart, YouTube version. Blog

> AMD launches a mobile toolkit. Article

> Apple's new product, the iLaunch. Perfectly written up, as only The Onion could. Satire

And Finally... What was the name of the original, local cable company that Craig McCaw (now Clearwire CEO) built his empire on? Submit your response here.

Yesterday's Question: A slightly more difficult question: What company in 2002 launched a handset that was named after an insect and included a mobile office platform that combined traditional PC functions with wireless Internet access, color printing, documenting scanning, and fax capabilities? Answer: E-Rex. It launched the "DragonFly" in 2002. Correct Answers: Not a one. Most popular incorrect answer was "HP." So much for trolling archived FW issues for obscurities.


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