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May 20, 2007


Martin Little

I just found this, which builds on the GPS theme and interestingly the growing use of web servers on phones: .

It's an interesting analogy between wifi & 3G, with 3G being kept expensive and relatively unused whereas wifi on phones is ever-growing, and GPS & operator-provded LBS, where the interesting things are happening using GPS.

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