Line2 iPhone VoIP app gets hyped; Google making revenue-sharing deals for Android?

> An iPhone VoIP app called Line2 has taken off thanks to prominent mention by several tech writers, but the company behind the app had to pull it from the Apple App Store due to a denial of service attack. Article

> According to a MocoNews report, Android has taken off in part because Google is cutting revenue-sharing deals with carriers and handset makers. A Google spokeswoman did not respond to a request for comment about the report. Article

> The FCC's national broadband plan is facing closer scrutiny from lawmakers and industry. Article

> Zinio, which provides digital versions of magazines and book titles, is extending its electronic reading platform beyond the iPhone and into the Android arena. Article

And finally... Apple customers around the world have been receiving more and more emails of late from a source high within the company: Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Article

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