ARM CEO dashes takeover talk; Motorola Droid Bionic for Verizon could drop in September

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> Apple will stream an entire music album, from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, through iTunes--a first. Article

> Lenovo introduced its new ThinkPad Tablet, which runs Android. The company promises that 3G connectivity for the device is "coming soon." Site

> Sony's first Android tablet reportedly will be call the Tablet S. Article

> Leap Wireless' Cricket said it will sell the Qwerty Samsung Comment for $89.99. Release

> Huawei could offer an Android phone through AT&T Mobility. Article

> AT&T will reportedly sell the HTC Puccini tablet with LTE support. Article

> ARM's CEO threw cold water on speculation that Intel or Apple could acquire the company. Article

> The Motorola Droid Bionic for Verizon Wireless appears set for a September launch. Article

> The South Korean government could build its own open-source mobile operating system. Article

> T-Mobile USA formally introduced its Persistent Communication Solution, powered by the carrier's Wi-Fi Calling for Government technology, which supports voice and data communications on an employee's device in areas where macro networks are down, such as during a natural disaster. Release

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> Vodafone said it extended its Android billing deal with Google. Article

> AT&T Mobility said it will offer a managed version of its mobile enterprise application platform. Article

> Google is changing its customer service process for its Android Market developers. Article

And finally... Samsung cited the film "2001: A Space Odyssey" in its legal battle with Apple. Article

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