Intel sees WiMAX 2 in 2012; Books outnumber games in App Store

> AT&T Mobility blocked non-Android Market apps from its first phone running Google's Android, the Motorola Backflip. Article

> Intel expects a release of mobile WiMAX 2, the latest mobile WiMAX standard, sometime in 2012. Article

> Microsoft is making Windows Phone Series 7 developers play the waiting game. Commentary

> Verizon Wireless announced a four-year sponsorship agreement with the National Football League. Article

> Google released the third version of its Android Native Development Kit. Article

> Books now outnumber games in Apple's App Store. Article

And finally... MMMMM... touchscreen. Homer uses his iPhone to dodge Mr. Burns. Video

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