AT&T denies rumors on tethering pricing; Did Steve Jobs quietly return to Apple?

> AT&T Mobility denied rumors that had spread on the Internet that it was going to charge customers $55 as part of a tethering plan for the iPhone 3G S. Article

> A Reuters reporter spotted Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the company's headquarters yesterday. Article

> After a recent flurry of questions about whether AT&T and Apple were violating net neutrality principles over what apps were allowed for the iPhone, it's time that Apple make clear, once and for all, the rules governing what apps are acceptable. Commentary

> Leap Wireless launched its Cricket wireless service in the greater Baltimore and Washington, D.C., areas. Release

> Palm said the Mojo software development kit for its webOS platform will not be publicly available until the end of summer 2009. Article

> Adobe will release its Flash Player 10 multimedia and application software in October. Article

> Four out of 10 current smartphone users who don't use an iPhone said they would switch to the Apple device for their next smartphone, according to research firm Crowd Science. Article

And finally... A tractor-trailer hauling pigs in Arkansas tipped over and caused police to close a stretch of highway after the pigs wandered off. Article

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