AT&T confirms Pixi Plus for June 6; Nokia, Harman teaming on smartphone-to-car system

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> AT&T Mobility confirmed it will launch the Palm Pixi Plus June 6. Article

> Nokia and in-car entertainment company Harman are working on a smartphone-to-car interface. Article

> Ericsson plans to maintain its market share position for contracts being tendered by China Mobile. Article

> OnStar is working with Google to develop a navigation function for the Chevrolet Volt mobile app. Article

Developer News

> Android 2.2 will feature USB tethering and full Flash support. Article

> AT&T launched an enterprise apps initiative. Article

> GetJar debuted its mobile app developer awards. Article

Mobile Content News

> Booyah wrapped up a $20 million financing round. Article

> ESPN kicked off its iPhone apps for local sports markets. Article

> Shazam topped 75 million users and 1 billion song IDs. Article

And finally... A Toronto woman is suing Rogers Wireless, claiming that charges on her cell phone bill exposed an affair that led to her divorce. Article

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