If you want to get the very first look at how Google plans to change the mobile web, pay attention to this weekâ€™s Mobile World Congress event, where according to Australian IT, several companies will be demoing the Android mobile operating system.
If you canâ€™t wait for the next conferenceâ€™s news, check out the big news from a conference thatâ€™s already happened: Mozilla evangelist Chris Blizzard presented at SCALE, and Ars Technica has great coverage of his talk on Mozillaâ€™s goals and Firefox 3â€™s development.
Last, but not least, if youâ€™re not sick of hearing speculation on Yahooâ€™s plans as it deals with Microsoftâ€™s acquisition offer, Iâ€™ve written an analysis longer than TechCrunchâ€™s own in the comments of their post about a possible Yahoo!/AOL merger.
Update: Matthew Graham responded to these points after I posted them in the comments of his own blog, and Iâ€™ve elaborated further on the benefits of a Yahoo!/AOL merger there.
Iâ€™ll be back to providing your semi-regularly scheduled in-depth content with context soon, with more on the future of social networking services. What else would you like me to write about?