RIM launches app store; Mobile TV revenue to be crimped

> Research in Motion announced that it would launch a Blackberry Application Center to rival Apple's App Store for the iPhone 3G and Google's Android Market. Article

> Despite 330 million subscribers by 2013, mobile TV revenue will be just $2.7 billion by then, Juniper Research has predicted. Article

> Syniverse Technologies announced a three-year contract extension with Verizon Wireless to provide telecommunications solutions. Release

> Verisign said that it was selling its minority stake in mobile entertainment company Jamba Mobile to News Corp. for $200 million. Release 

And finally... In a take on "beer goggles," Google has developed a new application in Google Labs to help prevent drunken emails from being sent late at night. Article

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