Nokia launches Ovi Store; Microsoft confirms WinMo 6.5

> Casinos are on lookout for iPhone card counters. Article

> Samsung strategy is all about touch. Article

> Nokia confirmed the launch of its Ovi Store application storefront, becoming one of the latest entrants into the mobile application space. Article

> Microsoft officially announced its Windows Mobile application storefront and confirmed the release of the Windows Mobile 6.5. Article

> Adobe announced the availability of the Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player, an over-the-air mobile runtime application, which will give developers and content providers the ability to create Flash-based applications for devices on open operating systems. Article

> Vodafone announced an agreement with Opera Software to develop a custom-made version of the mobile browser Opera Mini. Release

> Vodafone Greece surprised the media by announcing a deal that will see Out There Media become the exclusive mobile advertising partner for Vodafone Live! in Greece. Article

> Alvarion CEO Tzvika Friedman accused Nortel Networks of exploiting Chapter 11 bankruptcy rules to avoid paying Alvarion money the company is owed. Article

And finally... More than 20 startups and a few established telecom companies showed their latest products Sunday night at the Majestic Hotel in Barcelona ahead of Mobile World Congress. Article

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