T-Mobile collaborates with Nokia on app store; Leap adds Cricket service to Chicago

> T-Mobile said it was partnering with Nokia to have an integrated application market, which will offer apps from both the T-Mobile widget gallery and Nokia's new Ovi Store. Article
> Leap Wireless brought its Cricket unlimited wireless service to Chicago, and said the company would have its rollout in the area completed over the next month. Release

> Apple rejected a South Park application that was under the supervision of the TV show's creators, contending that the content may be "potentially offensive." Article

> DeviceAnywhere, the application development solutions provider said it would partner with mobile entertainment provider Zed to improve the firm's content development efforts worldwide. Article

And finally... A woman in Utah subdued a man who had broken into her co-worker's car by giving him a wedgie and holding him in a headlock until authorities arrived. Article

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