Obama launches iPhone 3G app; BlackBerry Pearl flip gets pricing

> Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama released an iPhone 3G application based around his campaign. Article; Pic

> Research In Motion's BlackBerry Pearl 8220 flip phone, available through T-Mobile, has pricing options available now. Article; Photos

> The iPhone 3G has finally been released in Russia, and it comes with a whopping price tag: $937 for the 8GB model and $1,100 for the 16GB version--with a contract, that is. Article

> RIM's Blackberry Storm was showcased in a video that the handset maker released in conjunction with Vodafone ahead of its launch later this fall. Article; Pic

And finally... Florida's Department of Corrections now has a cell phone-sniffing dog working within the prison system. Article

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