CrackBerry.com is reporting that BlackBerry maker RIM has finally settled on a name for their version of the App Store: App World.
See, it's not a place to buy applications, it's a planetary system where apps spawn and live SIM lives, and... argh. Who knows?
RIM is expected to spin it 'round their sun some time tonight. Given that BlackBerry's can only store applications on the tiny sliver of internal RAM left after the OS and filesystem have taken their share (estimated to be 50-100 megs as opposed to 7-15GB on the iPhone), it's likely to be a small, small App World after all.