China Unicom, Apple near deal on iPhone; RIM, other targeted for using Samsung chips

> Apple and China Unicom are nearing a deal to bring the iPhone to China, though nothing is official. Article

> Research In Motion, Apple and six other companies that use Samsung-made memory chips have been targeted by BTG International, which claims the Samsung chips infringe on its patents. BTG is seeking to block smartphones including the iPhone and the BlackBerry Storm from being imported into the United States. Article

> Google released the latest update for its Android mobile software platform, codenamed "Donut." Article

> Palm released Build 12 of its Mojo SDK 1.1 as well as its webOS 1.1 update. Article

> Microsoft announced it is now accepting application submissions for its forthcoming Windows Marketplace for Mobile app store. Article

And finally... A man in California went to a priest to confess he had stolen $1,200 from a credit union. He turned the money over to the priest, but didn't turn himself in to police. Article

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