NetComm launches credit-card size 3G/WiFi modem router, exclusively via Appleview story

http://www.itwire.com – NetComm has launched its MyZone pocket-sized WiFi access point, router and 3G modem, exclusively via the Apple Store for the first two months. (IT news)

Skype adds calling via 3G to iPhone app, but you'll pay for Skype-to-Skype calls!view story

http://www.itwire.com – Skype has launched a new version of its iPhone application that, for the first time, allows iPhone users to make and receive calls over their 3G data connection, but it will start charging for Skype-to Skype-calls. (IT news)

RIM Blackberry Pearl 3G, The Smallest Blackberryview story

http://gamblis.com – The new Blackberry Pearl 3G is currently the smallest Blackberry yet. This BB is shorter and narrower than iPhone 3GS but powered by 624 MHz processor. An optical trackpad replaces the trackball for smoother navigation, and there is 3.2 megapixels camera on board along with dedicated media keys for when your work is done. (Distributions)

Optus launches $50 ‘unlimited’ iPad planview story

http://apcmag.com – Optus apes Vodafone with the sudden introduction of a $50 unlimited prepaid plan for the iPad 3G. (IT news)

iPad 3G shootout: Telstra vs Optus vs Vodafone vs 3view story

http://apcmag.com – We put Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and 3 to the test in Australia’s first comparison of iPad 3G providers – and if you expect Next G to be fastest, the results will surprise you! (IT news)

3G options for the Wi-Fi iPadview story

http://apcmag.com – If you’re buying one of the cheaper iPad Wi-Fi models there are still a few ways to enjoy Internet access anywhere without stumping up the extra money for a 3G version. (IT news)

Vodafone announces unlimited iPad data planview story

http://apcmag.com – Vodafone and Three unleash aggressive prepaid iPad 3G plans, starting at $10 for 250MB and topped by an ‘unlimited’ plan for just $50 per month, with up to 14GB of data rollover. (IT news)

How web users been painted into a corner by Adobe Flashview story

http://www.zdnet.com – It's 2010. Mobile access to the web, either on a portable PC or on a handset is a reality thanks to WiFi and 3G. But we only have access to certain parts of the web, thanks to the widespread adoption of Adobe Flash. (General)

Five-inch tablet runs Android, Linuxview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – Shenzhen, China-based Aoson is now shipping a mobile Internet device (MID) that ships with Android, and can also run Linux 2.4, Mac 9.1, and various flavors of Windows, reports Qianlong.com. The Aoson M500 mini-tablet runs on a 624MHz Marvell PXA303 processor, and offers a five-inch resistive touchscreen, plus 3G, WiFi, and GPS wireless capabilities, says the story.... (Embedded)

Now for the Bluetooth/3G home phoneview story

http://apcmag.com – The advent of 'unlimited' mobile plans has sparked a new category of gizmo: Bluetooth home phones that use your mobile to place calls. PLUS: The most bastardly press release ever. (IT news)