Smartphones driving mobile ads; Boost Mobile goes green

> Smartphones generated 33 percent of all global mobile ad requests in February 2009, up from 26 percent in January, according to AdMob. Article

> Boost Mobile announced two new "green" initiatives to cut down on cell phone waste. Release

> Forum Nokia announced the winners of its Mobile Games University Competition, giving the top prize to New York City's Parsons The New School for Design and the Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences. Article

> Apple added a whole host of features to the iPhone 3.0 OS, but the one missing critical feature was background processing. Commentary

> Rich Miner, Google's vice president of mobile technology, will reportedly move from the Android mobile OS team to a new role with Google Ventures. Article

And finally... A woman in Connecticut handcuffed herself to her husband while he slept because she wanted to have a conversation with him without him walking away. Article

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