We'll also see Moonstorm, which places coupons on your cell phone. The idea is that if the cell phone knows where it is (either because you entered in your zip code or because it's GPS-enabled), it can display relevant promo coupons on the screen. So if you're walking past a Starbucks, your phone will know it and offer up a coupon for free extra foam with your latte, or something. It's the location-based service we've all been waiting for--or fearing, depending on your point of view. And the coupon business is very big. And I hate clipping coupons.
Finally, Soonr, a product that lets you access your PC and its files from a cell phone, will, according to TechCrunch, show a utility that will let you use your cell phone to connect to your PC to place phone calls via your PC's Skype client. Very neat trick. It will be great for heavy Skype users who don't want to leave their Skype buddies behind when they step away from their PC. (Alternatively, Pocket PC users can use Skype's own Skype for Pocket PC, which connects to the Skype network directly, not via an intermediate PC).