AT&T to power new e-reader; T-Mobile launches two Samsung Qwerty phones

> AT&T said it will provide 3G support for Plastic Logic's new e-reader, thereby mirroring Sprint Nextel's role as the provider for the Amazon Kindle e-reader. Article

> T-Mobile USA will launch two new Samsung Qwerty messaging phones, the Comeback and the Gravity 2. Release

> HTC said it expects to retain its profitability level in 2009, and will shift to more mid-range devices. Article

> AT&T and Jasper Wireless announced the commercial availability of a platform for embedded wireless devices. Release

> According to a report on TheStreet.com, Verizon Wireless will subsidize an Apple tablet device later this year. Article

And finally... Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show" offers an in-depth look at the fart wars in Apple's App Store. Video

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