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As a Kindle owner, I love the fact that Amazon released an iPhone app to allow me to continue reading my content even when I don’t have the actual Kindle with me. Of course, the experience of reading on the iPhone’s much smaller and back-lit screen is worse than on the Kindle, but Amazon has made it a bit better with the new update it just rolled out. (http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/05/20/amazon-updates-the-kindle-app-to-be-more-iphone-ified/ 5/20)

Kindle new app

Microsoft says its new My Phone service for Windows Mobile devices is entering the beta test phase. The service will keep the phone continuously synced with data from the user’s cloud service. “If your phone is lost or stolen, or if you upgrade to a new phone, you can easily restore the contacts, calendar appointments, photos, and other information that you stored on My Phone to a compatible new or replacement phone,” the company said. InternetNews.com (5/20) , InformationWeek (5/19)

WeFi, the community-based Wi-Fi network, says it plans to launch an app store for wireless devices this week. The company says the apps will be available on the Symbian S60 mobile phone and will focus on free and paid applications, including video downloads and games. Telephony Online (5/19)

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