Google brings free navigation app to Android 1.6; 'Jail broken' iPhones hacked

> Google announced it will expand its free turn-by-turn navigation service to devices powered by Android 1.6 and higher, including T-Mobile USA's myTouch 3G and G1. Article

> Hackers have created a new virus that exploits "jail broken" versions of Apple's iPhone. Article

> The longer Apple remains silent on the real issues at the root of the App Store approval process controversy, the louder developers are going to voice their anger. Commentary

> Consumers are now downloading more than 100 million iPhone and iPod touch applications each month from Apple's App Store, according to new data from Millennial Media and mobile ad exchange Mobclix. Article

> Money transfer applications, LBS applications and mobile search will reign among the top 10 mobile application categories of 2012, according to Gartner. Article

And finally... Apple came to the defense of its U.S. partner, AT&T Mobility, and unveiled new advertisements touting the iPhone's ability to handle voice and data at the same time. Video

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