(Source: TUAW) The iPhone has been on the market for almost a year and a half, but it took until last week for AT&T to come up with a way for iPhone owners in the U.S. to be able to manage their accounts from their devices.

The new myWireless Mobile app (click opens iTunes) is free and provides much of the functionality of the AT&T Wireless website through a cleanly designed iPhone interface. After loading the 1.7 MB app onto your iPhone, you’ll need to enter your wireless number and the password that you’ve previously set up on the AT&T myWireless website. The app doesn’t provide for account creation on the device at this time.

(Source: Reuters)  Disney, reporting results for its fiscal second quarter, said that operating income in its movie division plummeted 97 percent to $13 million compared to the same period a year earlier. Revenue fell 21 percent to $1.4 billion.

It is the second quarter in a row that the movie studio has struggled: Income dropped 64 percent in the first quarter. Thomas O. Staggs, Disney’ chief financial officer, warned analysts on a conference call to expect the weakness to continue.

IMAX Corporation, NASA and Warner Bros. Pictures today announced that IMAX 3D cameras will return to space to document one of NASA’s most complex space shuttle operations – the final service of the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), STS-125. The IMAX 3D cameras are set to launch on board the Space Shuttle Atlantis on May 11th, 2009. The astronauts will operate the IMAX cameras and will film the five intricate and difficult spacewalks required to service Hubble. The IMAX footage will be combined with breathtaking up-close images of distant galaxies from Hubble in the upcoming IMAX/Warner Bros. Pictures co-production Hubble 3D.

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