Apple still not allowing VoIP apps on iPhone; Qualcomm to announce first smartbook

> Apple is still not allowing VoIP applications to run over the iPhone on AT&T Mobility's 3G network, even though AT&T has said it will allow the apps to do so. Article

> Qualcomm will unveil the company's first smartbook at an event in New York City tomorrow. Article

> Things like smart grids, telemedicine and homeland security and surveillance will help drive broadband growth, and may surpass consumer demand, according to John Horrigan, the consumer research director of the FCC's national broadband plan. Article

> Google announced the addition of Location History and Location Alerts to its Latitude mobile friend-finder service. Article

And finally... Pizza Hut's free iPhone app, introduced just three months ago, has generated a whopping $1 million in sales for the company. Article

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