Amazon's Kindle 2 begins shipping; Palm to develop games for webOS

> Amazon's Kindle 2 electronic book reader, which uses Sprint Nextel's wireless network, began shipping on Monday, a day earlier than it had originally planned. Article

> Palm has confirmed that it is developing mobile games for its new webOS platform, but has remained tight-lipped about other development aspects of the new operating system. Article

> Google has published its Android Market Business and Program Policies in the wake of its announcement that it would begin selling premium applications. Article

> Nokia and  Adobe said they would create a $10 million fund in an effort to boost the development of applications and services for mobile, desktop and consumer electronics devices using Adobe's Flash technology. Article

And finally... Boost Mobile has unveiled a new advertising campaign to coincide with its $50 per month unlimited voice and data plan, and as this ad shows, Boost wants customers to think that staying with other carriers is a hairy situation. Video

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