American Airlines increases WiFi availability; Dockers's new iPhone ad dances

> American Airlines announced it is making inflight WiFi available to most domestic passengers. Article

> Managed services are reaching critical mass with revenues set to exceed $8 billion by 2013. Article

> Dockers has a new iPhone ad that dances when shaken. Article

> More than 250 bills prohibiting or restricting cell phone use while driving are pending in 42 state legislatures despite disagreement over the risks cell phones pose and the effectiveness of enforcement. Article

> Verizon Wireless announced the introduction of Business Ringback Tones, enabling organizations with mobile contact numbers to replace the generic ring callers hear with customized messages. Article

> Mobile VoIP player Truphone has introduced two flat-rate calling plans, one for calling to landlines and one for mobiles. Article

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