Apple will reject LBS apps geared for mobile advertising; Sirius XM debuts BlackBerry app

> Apple is warning iPhone developers that applications built with features based on user location must provide "beneficial information," adding it will reject apps that incorporate location to deliver targeted advertising. Article

> Sirius XM announced the launch of a new mobile application optimized for BlackBerry smartphones, but it does not include signature attractions such as Howard Stern's show. Article

> Thanks to social media, Super Bowl XLIV is already shaping up to be the most engaging championship game ever. Commentary

> A startup called Siri is pushing a new personal assistant app for the iPhone that uses speech-recognition technology powered by Nuance Communications. Article

And finally... What are the phones of the future? Check out these concept devices, including a leaf phone and a sticker phone. Article

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