Verizon Wireless Rolling Out Java ME App Store

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Verizon Wireless (VZ) is about to announce a new app store run on Java ME, a mobile development platform.

From what we understand, they’ll roll out a Verizon-branded app store — initially on some smartphones — later this year. That could make it easier (and cheaper) for mobile software companies to develop apps for some Verizon phones.

Verizon will continue to support Qualcomm’s BREW platform for standard, “feature” phones, we understand.

We’ll update with more details when they’re available. Sun (JAVA) is having its annual JavaOne conference this week, and its opening keynote is going on right now.
Among the guests is Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam, “who will outline his company’s strategic decision to deploy Java Platform Micro Edition (Java ME) -based services in its network and offer Java-based services and applications to its subscribers,” according to a Sun press release

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