Apple planning location-aware App Store; Will Yahoo replace Google for Vodafone search?

> Apple is likely planning to launch a location-aware services tied to the App Store, if a new patent is to be believed.  Article

> Yahoo is reportedly in negotiations with Vodafone to replace rival Google as the operator's default mobile search provider. Article

> Roger McNamee, a founding partner of major Palm investor Elevation Partners, has thrown down the gauntlet against Apple's iPhone, asserting that those who bought the first iPhone will not purchase a new one in June. Article

> With the advent of the iPhone and the Amazon Kindle, mobile is fast becoming the future destination for cultural mainstays like comic strips. Commentary

And finally... A Pennsylvania man was charged with driving under the influence after his SUV sat idle through six green lights at an intersection. The man was asleep at the wheel. Article

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