Apple's iAds are making their way into the wild after weeks of hype. MacRumors.com says, "their presence appears to be very spotty on iAd-compatible applications at the moment with banners appearing only occasionally while at other times the apps simply show blank space in the banner location."
Engadget has an interesting piece on "What Killed the Kin", Microsoft's ill-fated feature phone that has not been around for very long. The article seems to suggest that the product line may have been doomed from the get go.
Gizmodo reports that Finland's policy to make broadband a legal right went into effect today. This was originally announced back in October. "It's only a 1Mbps connection for now, but by 2015 they're promised 100Mbps," writes Kat Hannaford.
Complaints about the iPhone 4's antenna troubles have amounted to multiple class action suits against Apple, according to reports. Boy Genius Report has an alleged "conversation" with Steve Jobs, who appears to be playing down the antenna issues. Update: Fortune reports this conversation was a Facek, citing Apple PR.
HP completed its acquisition of Palm, after just a couple months. HP got it for a pirce of $5.70 per share of Palm common stock in cash.