Broadcom makes bid for Emulex; Microsoft launching WinMo 6.5 May 11

> Broadcom posted a $91.9 million quarterly net loss and made a $764 million bid for storage-equipment maker Emulex. Article

> Microsoft announced it will launch its Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system May 11. Article

> The latest FierceDeveloper Developer Workshop looks at Viigo, a company that offers smartphone users single-click access to customized news, weather, entertainment, sports, stock updates, travel information, shopping and blogging services. Feature

> The wait may be over for the enterprise mobile application segment to take off. Commentary

> The first free mobile TV system for the United States received a chilly reception from wireless carriers. Article

> ZTE announced its new 3G terminal strategy for a wide array of products, including netbooks, monitors, digital photo frames, wireless phones, home gateways, modules, wireless walkie-talkies--and standard mobile phones and data cards. Release

> Google offered developers their first look at the upcoming Android OS 1.5. Article

> Research In Motion co-CEO Mike Lazaridis said the BlackBerry maker will introduce carrier billing options for its BlackBerry App World in the future. Article

And finally... Police say a New Jersey thief posing as a waiter walked away with $186 in cash from diners at two restaurants. Article

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