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Apple iPhone 4 hack released

iPhone 4 owners can now run non-Apple approved applications thanks to the release of Jailbreakme 2.0.

GetJar claims 3M daily downloads, names Facebook as most popular app

GetJar has strengthened its claim to be the world’s second-largest mobile app store with news that it is achieving up to three million downloads per day and has hit over one billion downloads to date.

SK Telecom and Google sign Android apps pact

SK Telecom (SKT) has announced an agreement with Google to “strengthen” the Android Market apps store in South Korea.

Telefonica to strengthen app developer programme

European and Latin American operator Telefonica is to ramp up its application developer programme on an international scale, according to a Light Reading report.

Facebook moves into LBS with Places launch

Facebook announced its first move into the location-based services space with the launch of Places, an application which enables users to share their location and who they are with in real time from mobile devices.

HP to use webOS for wireless printers

Hewlett-Packard (HP) has outlined plans to use its recently-acquired webOS platform to power a whole range of devices beyond smartphones, including printers.

Apple drives 6B app download market this year

Just under 6 billion mobile applications will be downloaded in 2010, up from 2.4 billion last year, according to the latest ABI Research report, fuelled primarily by the dominance of Apple’s App Store.

Microsoft aims to link app consumers and developers

Microsoft has launched a new website called ‘Mobile App Match’ intended to promote discussion between application developers and consumers, “to start conversations, exchange ideas and see what develops.”

UK consumers wasting 750m on unused apps survey

A UK consumer survey suggested that UK customers will “waste” almost £750m during 2010 on paid-for mobile applications which are not subsequently used.

Report: PayPal and Google in Android talks

PayPal is reported to be in talks with Google to embed its payments platform in the Android operating system. Bloomberg first broke the news late Friday, although neither party has commented on the unconfirmed talks. It is believed that users of Android phones such as Motorola’s Droid X and HTC’s Droid Incredible may be able to pay for apps with PayPal as soon as this year.