If you've opened the App Store and navigated to the Top 25 list recently, you may have noticed Pokemon Yellow ($0.99) sitting at the top wedged between legit applications. You may have either jumped with joy or not believed it - the latter is what you should be doing instead of mindlessly handing over your money to a developer who has evidently made a fortune off of the blatant ripoff he's released onto the App Store.
Even if Nintendo isn't going to take a bite into the thriving iOS market, it seems other developers are catching the bait and taking the cue; it's one of the highest points in App Store history, so iOS developers are going to eventually see the potential money in the popular Nintendo franchise. That has already begin some few years after the opening of the App Store in the form of ZENFORMS.
Assorted user reports have emerged citing that AT&T's new 3G MicroCell has been test launched in the Charlotte, North Carolina market, with a $150 price tag and no required monthly fees. According to GearLog, an AT&T representative has stated that the femtocell device provides 3.2Mbit/sec 3G service, which is on par with AT&T's existing towers in areas of ideal service, but not the maximum 7.2MBit/sec speed supported by the iPhone 3GS.