Developer registration opens for Windows Mobile Marketplace

Coinciding with Tech Ed's WM6.5 sessions today, the Windows Mobile team has opened developer registration for the Windows Mobile Marketplace.

First discussed in March, this is the only the initial step for developers to take toward making their apps available for the Marketplace when it debuts. Developers will be charged $99 to sell up to five apps annually, and will receive 70% of revenue from each app submitted and approved for sale.

In today's Windows Mobile 6.5 demos at Tech Ed, the team discussed Linkedin, Myspace, Facebook, and Netflix apps that have already been made, as well as the games SimCity and Spore. More sessions devoted to Windows Mobile 6.5 will occur throughout the evening, so stay tuned for updates.

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