Orange strikes strategic deal with Google; App Store passes 100,000 apps?

> Orange inked a multi-year strategic agreement with Google to offer subscribers one-click homescreen access to the company's Google Mobile App. Article

> Although Apple has not made an official announcement, App Store tracking service App Shopper says the storefront now has more than 100,000 approved iPhone and iPod touch applications. Article

> What are the top paid apps in the Android Market? Slideshow

> The Symbian Foundation announced the launch of its new Symbian Horizon application publishing program. Article

> Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales' presence at the Symbian Exchange and Exposition 2009 conference makes perfect sense. Commentary

And finally... Bears in Yosemite National Park tore up minivans more frequently than other types of vehicles, according to a  study published this month in the Journal of Mammalogy. Article

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