Nokia expands Comes with Music; Microsoft promises developers 70% of app revenues

> Nokia expanded its Comes With Music download service to three new markets in conjunction with launching three new music-oriented handsets. Article

> Microsoft said that its new app store, Windows Marketplace for Mobile, would give developers 70 percent of all revenues, and said it would be transparent throughout the certification process. Article

> Google has blocked the application Infinite SMS, an iPhone app that gives users access to free text messaging via Google's Gmail Labs interface. Article

> Fitch Ratings downgraded its outlook on both Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics to "negative," from "stable" on fears that the demand for handsets and other consumer electronics would continue to decline in 2009. Article

And finally... A Philadelphia pet store that was supposed to get a shipment of tropical fish and salt water wound up receiving a human corpse via air cargo instead, the result of a miscommunication between a delivery driver and a cargo representative. Article

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