CES to spotlight mobile apps; T-Mobile Austria outs new iPhone?

> The Consumer Electronics Association announced that there will be a dedicated mobile applications section at the 2010 International CES conference. Article

> T-Mobile Austria's website briefly leaked details of a possible 32GB iPhone, though the details were soon taken down. Article

> How much revenue is Apple really making from its App Store? Commentary

> ZTE said that China Exim Bank will provide a $10 billion credit facility for the company. Article

>  Increased sales of netbooks over the next three to five years will result in higher demand for mobile broadband services, Pyramid Research predicts. Release

And finally... With Memorial Day ushering in the unofficial start of summer, FierceMobileContent came up with five cool apps for the hot summer months. Slideshow

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