Link Collection

September 4, 2007

LOTD for September 4

Filed under: Uncategorized — gokamoto @ 3:48 pm

The Connecticut SBIR office matches small businesses with government funders who have needs for what they do:

The FTC has a lot of resources available for small businesses in California:

US government agencies have basically met their goal to give 23% of funding to small businesses, many fell short of the subcategory goals (women owned, vets, etc.)

Microsoft to buy RIM for $75 bil?

Huawei could be fined $610 mil for being behind schedule for Thailand’s CDMA network, more than its entire annual profits!

Korea Telecom updates its WiBro growth…I’d love to have a HSDPA/WiBro bundle!

Earthlink announces 900 job cuts and pulls out of SF WiFi:

Chicago, San Francisco, Houston muni-WiFi networks dead? Earthlink pulls out of deals and fires its head of muni-WiFi:

Google phone coming next week? Lots of details here:

Linux is the fastest-growing smartphone OS:

3rd lawsuit over Apple’s iPhone battery policy:;jsessionid=OEX125ELA3O3IQSNDLPSKH0CJUNN2JVN?articleID=201803276

iPhone unlocking video hits the web:

Nokia phone with the Matsushita battery explodes, causes splinters in a 24-year-old pregnant woman:

Nokia has their iPhone equivalent:

LG has their iPhone equivalent…and their phone has 3G and high-speed cellular data networking:

Wireless electricity demonstrated by an MIT scientist:

Holy water on a Vatican charter flight prevented intercepted by airport security:


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