The big news of the week came out of the annual Mobile World Congress, from companies such as Adobe, Facebook, Google and Skype - read on for our extensive coverage and analysis. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010, including Real-Time Web, Mobile Web and Augmented Reality.
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Story of the Week: Mobile World Congress 2010
- Adobe Prepares for a World without Apple's Blessing
- Facebook Goes Extra-Light: Announces Stripped-Down Mobile Site
- The New Windows Phone
- Skype Comes to Blackberry & Android With Verizon Partnership
- Mobile Phones to Serve as Doctors in Developing Countries
Other Mobile Stories
- The 5 Most Interesting Things About Google's ReMail Acquisition
- PleaseRobMe and the Dangers of Location-Based Social Networks
- Social Networking Now More Popular on Mobile than Desktop
- 2010 Winter Olympics iPhone Apps
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- OneRiot Launches New API for Real-Time Search and Introduces Twitter-Style Ads
- Google Now Includes MySpace Status Updates in Real-Time Search Results
- Yahoo! and Total Immersion Bring Augmented Reality to the Olympics
- AR App Development: Metaio Releases Unifeye Mobile SDK
- Wikitude Brings Augmented "Worlds" to the iPhone
- Never Mind the Valley: Here's New York City
- Build Business Cases, Not Business Plans
- We're Still Not Facebook: Lessons from Late Adopters
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- CEO Eric Schmidt at World Mobile Congress: Google's Future is in the Enterprise
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- Facebook and Twitter: SalesForce.com Offers Social, Real Time Enterprise Tools
That's a wrap for another week! Enjoy your weekend everyone.