"I became a geo-guinea pig. My plan: Load every cool and interesting location-aware program I could find onto my iPhone and use them as often as possible. For a few weeks, whenever I arrived at a new place, I would announce it through multiple social geoapps. ... The trouble started right away."
"From 1 October this year, Nokia N96 owners will be able to watch all the [iPlayer] programming over 3G or Wi-Fi."
"Apple has introduced ... the iPhone 3G ... The phone will also include a GPS chip to enable more accurate location-based services."
Analyst Richard Gardner of Citigroup thinks a 3G iPhone could be coming soon: "We believe that lack of 3G has been a significant headwind for iPhone in Europe where 3G is already pervasive."
"the Readius will operate almost worldwide, as it works with the HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) 3G (third-generation) service favored by European, Asian and some U.S. operators."
"Polymer Vision, a Philips spin out, has just announced that ... its first rollable displays have made it off the assembly line. ... the 3G-enabled Readius, is supposed to be available before the end of the year."
Scott Karp: "I’ve had it with the mobile web. Here are five reasons why the web on the go still has a long way to go."
Mike Butcher:"Almost everything was predicted beforehand, except the rather clever idea behind O2’s service which will see it partner with European-wide WiFi network The Cloud". ... That and no 3G.
"Apple's upcoming iPhone is shaping up as this year's must-have gadget, but several perceived shortcomings are pushing some potential buyers to wait for an updated version."