Apple's Jobs back on the job; Verizon launching BlackBerry Tour July 12

> Apple CEO Steve Jobs has returned to work after a six-month medical leave, during which he had a liver transplant. Article

> Verizon Wireless will launch Research In Motion's BlackBerry Tour July 12 for $199.99 with a two-year contract and after a $70 mail-in rebate. Release

> Palm sold more than 300,000 Pre units into the channel in June, according to Charter Equity Research analyst Ed Snyder. Article

> Google announced the launch of the Android Native Development Kit 1.5, a companion tool to the Android SDK. Article

> Palm said its webOS developer community doubled in size overnight after it sent out its first round of invitations for programmers to join the group. Article

> Mozilla announced the second alpha milestone of its Firefox browser for the Windows Mobile 6 platform. Article

And finally... A couple in Tennessee got into a fight using a bag of Cheetos and were both charged with domestic assault. Article

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