Ovi Store's troubled introduction; Android in more than phones?

> Increasingly, Google's Android effort is being viewed as a possible open-source platform to power a whole host of electronic devices. Article

> The Ovi Store had a rocky debut, but it's too good a concept to simply write off. Now Nokia will have to figure out where the Ovi Store is going. Commentary

> China Mobile reportedly wants half of the revenues of all sales from its forthcoming Mobile Market application storefront. Article

And finally... A prestigious Japanese university is giving out free iPhones, in part to use GPS to track and catch students who skip class. Article

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