When Apple opens its online App Store for iPhone software on July 10, Steve Jobs will be making an attempt to dominate the next generation of computing as it moves toward internet-connected mobile devices, the New York Times reports. The store, which will offer more than 500 software applications, including games, educational programs, mobile commerce, and business productivity tools, might be a far more important development than the iPhone 3G, which goes on sale at the same time. An abundance of software could make the iPhone's operating system dominant among competing phones. "The reaction we have gotten so far has


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