Motorola goes after Android developers; Palm Pre to launch in Europe

> Motorola is actively recruiting Android developers, with staffers in its Motodev developer program reaching out to the Android community via weekly podcasts, meet-and-greet events and expert video tutorials. Article

> Palm's Pre is going to launch in Europe with carriers O2 and Movistar. Release

> The Symbian Foundation said it will release a beta version of its open-source Symbian^2 mobile operating system within the next few weeks. Article

> Most app stores are going to fail. Commentary

> LG Electronics is reorganizing its manufacturing plants and will start producing all handsets for North America in Korea and China. Release

And finally... British mobile phone content provider Teimlo is hiring a new marketer, but will only accept applications for the position via text message. Article

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