Broadband Surf Report: Feb. 25

What looks good in broadband news for Feb. 25.

Our daily look at telecom news around the Web:

Researcher questions demand for mobile TV--Mobile Pipeline

Skype users may soon be sending text messages--Infoworld

China walks out of WLAN security talks--EE Times

Mobile users get touchy with their feelings--Hindustan Times

BellSouth: Lay fiber, we yank jobs -- Louisiana exec issues employment threat--Broadband Reports rounds up the lastest.

NYC Council adopts resolution to provide broadband to affordable housing residents--Yahoo has the press release.

The state of handhelds & VoIP--Wi-Fi Planet

NTT develops hydrogen fuel cell for mobile phones--Infoworld

Spam arrives on a new front: Instant messaging--TechNewsWorld

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