U.S. takes mobile data revenue lead; AT&T's debt rating downgraded

> In the first quarter, mobile data revenues from the nation's wireless players hit a combined $10 billion. The U.S. is the first country to reach that milestone, according to Chetan Sharma, an independent industry researcher. Article

> Moody's downgraded its ratings on AT&T's debt to negative in the wake of the company's decision to buy some of Verizon Wireless' divested Alltel assets for $2.35 billion. Article

> The Android 1.5 update has rekindled hype and buzz about the operating system. Commentary

> Apple reversed its earlier ban on an iPhone application spotlighting industrial music group Nine Inch Nails. Article

> Sony Ericsson's new Themes Creator will allow users to customize their phones, the company said. Article

And finally... Apple has rejected an application, called Me So Holy, for its App Store that would have let users put their image in front of a cutout of Jesus Christ. Video

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