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September 5, 2007

LOTD for September 5

Filed under: Uncategorized — gokamoto @ 3:51 pm

Apple has already cut the iPhone price by $200:

ONR is funding University of Missouri-Rolla to study underwater MIMO:

The Chinese military hacked into the Pentagon, raising big concerns about security:

Nuclear weapons mistakenly flown over the US:

The first wave of Municipal WiFi seems to be failing, will the 2nd wave be 802.11s or 802.16e?

After 10 years of rumors, it looks like MetroPCS is serious about buying Leap:

More about the Huawe-Thai dispute:

The iPhone was the biggest selling smartphone last month:

The FCC rejected M2Z’s free Wi-Fi spectrum plans:

5 facts about the Google Phone (interesting that it is based on a mobile variant of Linux and all applications are java apps):

Lots more info on the Google Phone, from a UK perspective:

Google applied for a mobile payment patent:

Image of what the “Gpay” interface might look like:

Google successfully defends itself against a lawsuit attacking its selling of keywords for search:

Update on the Big 10 Network:


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