T-Mobile joins Wi-Fi Alliance; App Store developer revenues top $900 million

> T-Mobile USA is a sponsor member of the Wi-Fi Alliance and has appointed a director to the organization's board. Release

> Developers making apps for Apple's App Store have raked in total revenues of $900 million so far, according to iPhone analytics firm Pinch Media. Article

> Verizon Wireless' launch of the Motorola Droid, and Google's release of Android 2.0, has galvanized Android application development. Commentary

> Adobe is engaging in some subtle propaganda against Apple, telling users that until Apple removes restrictions, it cannot provide Flash technology for the iPhone or iPod touch. Article

> Speculation continues to build that Research In Motion is at work on a new and improved BlackBerry Web browser. Article

> Motally announced the launch of Trackappalooza, a contest to uncover the most popular applications for the iPhone, BlackBerry and Android operating systems. Article

And finally...  Engagdet's Joshua Topolsky talks about the Motorola Droid with late-night TV host Jimmy Fallon. Video

Suggested Articles

T-Mobile promised to heavily deploy 5G across Colorado; and Dish Network promised to add 2,000 more jobs as it builds out a greenfield 5G network.

Sprint today announced it has expanded its 5G service to cover about 16 million people within nine metropolitan areas.

Aurora Insight secured $18 million to map and measure spectrum.