Verizon to issue new Storm software; Palm Pre to launch in May?

> Verizon Wireless is preparing another over-the-air software update for Research In Motion's BlackBerry Storm that promises to fix several bugs as well as add new features. Article

> New reports, citing internal Sprint Nextel documents, are pinning the launch date of the Palm Pre sometime after May 17 but before June 29. Article

> Apple's App Store, with nearly a billion application downloads, has reset the mobile gaming industry. Commentary

> Sprint quietly released a version of its BlackBerry Curve 8350i smartphone, sans camera. Article

> AT&T Mobility announced the availability of the Samsung Propel Pro. Release

> Sprint will simulcast the NFL Network's live broadcast of the NFL Draft to mobile subscribers via its NFL Mobile Live application. Article

> Google is heralding upgrades to its Gmail service for Apple's iPhone and Android devices as a leap forward in mobile web applications. Article

And finally... A Philadelphia cable network's broadcast of the Good Friday service at the Vatican suddenly changed to a "Girls Gone Wild" advertisement. Article   

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