Sprint, Skiff to debut new ereader at CES; Apple acquires Quattro Wireless

> Sprint Nextel and Skiff will formally debut the Skiff ereader this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Article

> Apple acquired Quattro Wireless, the mobile ad company confirmed. Article

> Android made enormous strides over the past year in increasing its profile with consumers, and that trend will continue in 2010. Commentary

> Former Qualcomm COO Len Lauer will become the new CEO of color printing technology company Memjet. Release

> The Palm App Catalog virtual storefront now boasts more than 1,000 webOS-based applications, according to data released by webOS School. Article

> Application downloads via iPod touch devices eclipsed iPhone downloads by 172 percent on Christmas Day, according to data compiled by mobile application analytics provider Flurry. Article

> Apple announced App Store downloads exceeded the 3 billion mark. Article

And finally... Back to the future! Windows Mobile users have reportedly been receiving text messages from the year 2016. Article

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