Apple to tap solar power for iPhone?; Vodafone to get aggressive in Africa and Asia

> Speculation is high this week that Apple could be working to tap into solar power to charge its growing range of wildly successful gadgets, including the iPhone. FierceMobile IT editorial

> Vodafone head Arun Sarin, which is stepping down in July, sought to squash fears about slowing revenue growth at Vodafone by predicting the mobile phone company would make more acquisitions in Africa and Asia. Article

> Research In Motion has told the Indian government the truth about its BlackBerry devices--that its design automatically precludes any interception of useful data. Article

And Finally... If you use a Motorola Razr cell phone, don't accept JPEGs from strangers. Article

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