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> The Apple Peel 520 turns a jailbroken iPod touch into a fully functioning mobile phone. Article

> InterDigital upped its forecast for the third quarter. Article

> The FCC continues to eye a D-Block spectrum auction. Article

> The Verizon Wireless Droid X should get the Android 2.2 upgrade by September. Article

> A WiFi-capable iPhone is headed to China Unicom. Article

> Hewlett-Packard is hoping to entice developers to its webOS platform. Article

> Openwave posted a narrowing quarterly loss. Article

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> Booyah announced its location-based iPhone application MyTown is now available to consumers across Canada, the U.K. and Australia. Article

> Sports Illustrated and social game developer Kabam (formerly Watercooler) introduced SI Fantasy Football. Article

> A new section in Apple's App Store digital marketplace spotlights free, so-called "lite" versions of close to 100 iPhone and iPod touch applications. Article

> Apple is reportedly in negotiations to acquire Chinese mobile Internet service provider and gaming developer Handseeing Information Technology. Article

And finally... A fan-made Sony Ericsson flip phone design? Article

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