RIM launches BlackBerry App World; Verizon spotlights Hub device

> Research In Motion officially launched its application store, BlackBerry App World, promising both personal and business applications. Article

> Verizon Wireless is putting the spotlight on its Hub device, arguing that customers want convergence. Article

> Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas praised new digital platforms during his keynote appearance at Tuesday's Mobile Entertainment Live! event at the International CTIA Wireless 2009 show. Article, Photos

> Experts debated the economics of spectrum policy as part of a symposium at CTIA. Article

> T-Mobile USA subscribers who use the T-Mobile G1 average 50 times the data usage of the average voice-centric wireless consumer, according to the carrier. Article

And finally... Inmates at a prison in Brazil have been using carrier pigeons to try and smuggle cell phones into the jail. Article

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