Galaxy Nexus goes to $99; RIM plans 3G PlayBook

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> Apple's CEO feels "outrage" at a recent New York Times article on the work conditions at its suppliers. Article

> A ZTE tablet appears poised to arrive in the United States. Article

> Research In Motion is reportedly planning a 3G PlayBook. Article

> Juniper reported a drop in profits. Article

> HTC's Sense 4.0 reportedly leaked onto the Web. Article

> A German court rejected Samsung's latest patent ploy against Apple. Article

> Verizon Wireless' Samsung Galaxy Nexus is $99 at Amazon. Article

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> Valve Software, creators of the Steam desktop gaming platform, is expanding to mobile devices with the new Steam app. Article

> Google head of consumer payments Vikas Gupta has resigned his post. Article

> Offering iOS and Android applications at discounted prices can lead to significant revenue increases according to new data from app store analytics firm Distimo. Article

And finally... Windows Phone fights malaria. Article

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