Cell phone users just want to make calls; Google confirms premium Android apps

> A study by the NPD Group has found that nearly half of U.S. cell phone users prefer to use their phone to make calls and not for other multimedia features. Release

> Google confirmed that it will allow developers to begin selling premium Android applications, saying that they will be available in the Android Market in the next few weeks. Article

> Application development solutions company DeviceAnywhere confirmed it had added the T-Mobile G1 to its database, allowing Android developers to trial and tweak their apps regardless of their location. Article

> Fitch, the debt ratings agency, has warned that the 2009 outlook for the telecoms equipment market is negative, giving the expected decline in handset sales and infrastructure. Article

And finally... 3M says it has designed a projector small enough to fit inside a mobile phone that can project a screen of 50 inches. Article

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