WinMo 7 delayed; Nokia buys Oz

> Windows Mobile version 7 has been delayed until 2009, pushing back further commercial launch. Will it close the window of opportunity for the OS? Commentary

> Nokia bought OZ Communications, which has 5.5 million customers and focuses on consumer mobile messaging. Article

> Apple has closed a loophole in its App Store that let developers market their rejected applications on a distribution channel intended for beta testing. Article

> A new survey by Artificial Life has found that nearly half, 46 percent, of U.S. mobile phone users use their phone for entertainment purposes. Article

And finally... A study by the University of Arizona has found that cell phones are likely to have more germs on them than toilet seats. Article


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