The developer.apple.com server seems to be overloaded at the moment, but the iPhone Developer Program will probably be acccessible in a day or two. Mac Rumors are of course covering the story. Apple will add lot of enterprisey things to iPhone 2.0, so that Microsoft will get a few bucks for each iPhone.
By the way, Google released Android SDK m5-rc14 the other day…
Google has used Atom and the Atom Publishing Protocol (APP) as basis for its Google Data APIs (GData) for a while, and now Microsoft announced their support for Atom and APP. See also the InfoQ article.
I browsed the list of protocols provided as part of Microsoft Interoperability but I couldn’t spot anything of use for SynCE. Anyway, I hope that this is a good move in general and not a new oxymoron.