ALSO NOTED: Vodafone said no to iPhone? SF muni-woes; and much more...

> Vodafone was put off by Apple's demands for its iPhone rev-share: Sounds like it followed the lead set by its U.S. subsidiary, Verizon Wireless. So, O2 for the U.K.? Article

> More on the trend of mobile financial services for emerging markets: Vodafone and Nokia concentrate on loans and savings accounts. Article

> Another open Linux phone goes on sale: the Neo1973. Article

> Here's a take on how to solve the San Francisco stalemate on muniwireless. Article

And Finally... The taser gun has gone wireless, not cellular, but cordless. Now, if you happen to be getting mugged by mugger 100 feet away you can taser the creep. Soon we will see the first journalist to get tasered "wirelessly" on camera to demonstrate--no takers here. Blog

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