— iPhone 3G Unlocked: A group called the iPhone Dev Team, which has no relationship to Apple (NSDQ: AAPL), has unlocked the the iPhone 3G, so that the devices can be used on unauthorized wireless networks, reports WSJ. Last Wednesday, the group released free software called “yellowsn0w” that unlocks the phone, so that it can be used on any carrier using GSM.
— QuickPlay Media launches TV on some Canadian smartphones: QuickPlay Media, a provider of mobile TV, says it is powering live and on-demand TV for Canada’s Bell Mobility on popular smartphones, including the BlackBerry Storm. According to Bell’s Web site about the BlackBerry Storm, it’s not the first video service receiving support. QuickPlay joins YouTube. Release.
— Soonr launchs iPhone app: Soonr has launched an iPhone app that allows people to access documents on their computer from their phone. A free version is available with expanded versions also available. Soonr works by backing up your files in the cloud whenever your computer is online. Compatible files include: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other file types. A video demonstration of the app can be found here.
— ABC launches free iPhone news app: ABC News said today it has launched a free iPhone app that allows users to view video and slideshows, read the top national and local news headlines, check out the weather and receive breaking news alerts and emergency alerts on major disasters. More information can be found here.