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> A Flextronics director was caught by the FBI discussing with a hedge fund unreleased information about Apple products. Article

> LG's unannounced B Android phone popped up on the Internet. Article

> NEC is rumored to be preparing a dual-screen Android phone. Article

> FCC documents point to a possible Dell Venue Pro for AT&T Mobility. Article

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> Sony announced plans for a PlayStation app for Android and iPhone. Article

> BlackBerry device maker Research In Motion is reportedly in talks to acquire Gist. Article

> Skyfire submitted an iPad tablet-optimized version of its Flash Video-enabled browser for review by Apple's App Store. Article

> Location-based mobile social network foursquare is poised to introduce a new version of its signature iPhone application within the next few days. Article

> Digital music and content provider Livewire Mobile has acquired FoneStarz Media Group. Article

And finally... An iPod Nano watch concept has raised close to $1 million on Kickstarter. Article

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