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Apple's iPhone SDK Off to The Races
Downloads for the beta software development kits have already topped 100,000.

Sales Data, New Challengers Don't Bode Well For Moto
RIM, Apple and newcomer ZTE break into the top 10 list of mobile phone sellers.

iPhone Grabs Market Share, But Not Yet in The Enterprise
The iPhone isn't ready for the work world -- but it's not that far away either.

Open Wireless Network Looms on Horizon
Thanks to an anonymous bidder and the FCC's auction guidelines, an open network may be around the corner. But how open might it actually be?

Moto Assesses Its Handset Mojo
Analysts mull handset maker's strategy. Is a spin-off ahead?

Can't We All Just Communicate?
At DEMO, new products and services use the Web to advance communications.

Palm Shutting Stores in Reshuffle
Smartphone player shuts down retail chain in strategy re-org effort.

VIA Launches Low-Power, 64-Bit Chip
Isaiah Architecture processor will help the company compete in the hand-held, embedded market that Intel and AMD are targeting.

FCC Spectrum Bidding Underway
With Internet companies battling cable companies battling telcos, the highly anticipated spectrum auction kicked off today.

Lotus Users Get a Mobile Collaboration Tool
IBM's Connections app goes mobile courtesy of the BlackBerry platform.

RIM Gives BlackBerry Server IT-Friendly Makeover
Admins get a number of new capabilities, while users also receive added flexibility.

Yahoo, T-Mobile Team on Wireless Advertising in U.K.
With an exclusive ad agreement, Yahoo continues mobile push, making good on CES announcements.