AT&T launching Palm Pre Plus next week; Orange, T-Mobile to be 'Everything Everywhere'

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> AT&T Mobility will launch the Palm Pre Plus May 16 for $149.99 with a two-year contract and after a mail-in rebate. Article

> Orange UK and T-Mobile UK will keep their distinct brands but will merge under a holding company called "Everything Everywhere." Article

> Apple CEO Steve Jobs is back on the job and working at full speed a year after his liver transplant. Article

> Metrico Wireless unveiled its Nomad 2.0 product, which supports the simultaneous evaluation of both call performance and voice quality on any mobile device, independent of technology. Release

> Flipout? Is this Motorola's next Android device? Article

Developer News

> Samsung releases bada SDK beta. Article

> Adobe shrugs off Apple impasse's effect on CS5. Article

Mobile Content News

> Vantrix closes $14 million Series C round. Article

> Adenyo scoops up mobile ad firm MoVoxx. Article

> mSpot premieres streaming Mobile Movies app for iPhone. Article

And finally...
An an 82-year-old Indian yogi is claiming that he has survived for the past 70 years without food or water. Article

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