iPhone captures mobile web traffic; Vodafone negotiating Pre exclusivity?

> Apple's iPhone represents 66.61 percent of all mobile web traffic, according to a new study by web solutions provider NetApplications. Article

> Vodafone is rumored to be in negotiations with Palm to have three-month exclusivity rights to the GSM version of the Palm Pre. Article

> MIRS Communications, an Israeli operator, said it is considering the possibility of abandoning its WiMAX plans in favor of a WCDMA network.  Article

> IMS Research is predicting a double-digit decline in revenues for mobile infrastructure vendors in 2009, but expects a quick turnaround in 2010. Article

> Alaska Airlines launched a customer trial of its new satellite-based in-flight WiFi Internet service. Article

And finally... Sprint Nextel is going back to targeting its core demographic of Nextel Direct Connect users, as evidenced by this new ad campaign. Video

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