McDonald's offering free WiFi; Android Market surpasses 20,000 applications

> McDonald's said it will provide free WiFi service at most of its U.S. restaurants through a partnership with AT&T. Article

> Google's Android Market has unofficially surpassed the 20,000 application benchmark, according to analytics provider AndroLib.com. Post

> MKM Partners analyst Tero Kuittinen predicts Nokia will shutter its Comes With Music all-you-can mobile service by the end of 2010. Article

> AT&T is being forced to contend with the Fake Steve Jobs, who has asked iPhone users to try and flood the carrier's network on Friday. Article (sub. req.)

> How should content providers address users' privacy concerns? New FierceMobileContent columnist Judith St. Ledger-Roty ponders the question. Commentary

And finally... If Google's latest mobile effort, Nexus One, ever goes on sale, the company may have to deal with a legal challenge from the heirs of author Philip K. Dick. Dick wrote the book that the movie "Blade Runner" is based on, which follows the story of rogue "Nexus" androids. Article

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