Skype eyes Android; Nokia and Opera voice support for Flash

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@FierceWireless: Looks like Microsoft's Tag service is out of beta and ready for action! Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> AT&T Mobility customers in parts of California suffered some service disruptions. Article

> Based on a carefully worded statement from Skype, it appears the company's VoIP calling service is headed to Android phones from carriers beyond Verizon Wireless. Article

Mobile Content News

> Nokia and Opera both voiced support for Adobe's Flash technology. Article

> Opera announced it recorded more than 2.6 million iPhone downloads of its browsing software. Article

> Google's acquisition of AdMob is complete. Article

> The BlackBerry Partners Fund, the $150 million venture capital initiative created in 2008 to invest in mobile applications and services, announced the launch of a new affiliate effort targeting the emerging Chinese mobile ecosystem. Article

> Millennial Media's mobile advertising network now reaches more than 60 million unique U.S. subscribers, translating to 82 percent of the nation's 73.3 million mobile Web users, according to the firm's latest Scorecard for Mobile Advertising Reach and Targeting. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Social networking giant Facebook announced the release of a software development kit optimized for Google's Android mobile operating system. Article

And finally... Are you an aspiring writer? You can now submit your work to Apple's Apple's iBookstore. Article

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