Silverlight on Windows Mobile Devices [Channel 9] – This PDC 2008 session recording is for you if you’ve been developing Silverlight apps and wondering when/if you can port them to mobile devices.
Microsoft Tries to Snatch Verizon Deal from Google [Wall Street Journal] – Microsoft is working to lure from Google a mobile deal with Verizon Wireless by offering a sweeter bid to put its search service and related advertising on Verizon phones, sources say.
Sprint Struggles to Keep Pace with Rivals [InternetNews] With a big payoff from its WiMAX efforts still a good distance away, the No. 3 U.S. carrier has a long road ahead of it.
Tethering App Coming To iPhone [InformationWeek] An approved way to use the iPhone 3G as a wireless modem for computers is expected soon, but there’s no definite timetable and it will most likely cost more per month.
Should Apple Free the iPhone? [InternetNews] – Harvard law professor takes aim at device makers’ restrictive app policies.
J.D. Power: iPhone Tops in Customer Satisfaction [Fortune] – Apple’s iPhone ranked highest in customer satisfaction in a smartphone survey by J.D. Power and Associates, surpassing handsets by Research In Motion and Samsung.
Huawei to Launch Android and Symbian Smartphones – [InfoWorld] – Chinese network company Huawei Technologies is planning to launch smartphones based on the Android and Symbian operating systems in the first half of 2009.
AT&T to Buy Wi-Fi Firm Wayport [CNET] AT&T will acquire Wayport for $275 million, extending its Wi-Fi reach amid growing demand from customers for wireless Internet access.