Google's Nexus Prime rumored for fall launch; Apple's Jobs reportedly meets with China Mobile

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> A Motorola Mobility shareholder is suing the company for not getting a better price through Google's planned acquisition of Motorola. Article

> Verizon Wireless' network reportedly suffered an outage in South Carolina. Article

> Google's Nexus Prime phone, and its Android 4.0 update, could be available this fall. Article

> A GPS industry group is rejecting LightSquared's arguments that GPS technology is the cause of its LTE troubles. Article

> Steve Jobs is reportedly meeting with China Mobile. Article

> Nokia's "Anna" Symbian update, at least for some users, has been frustrating. Post

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> Evernote purchased image-sharing company Skitch. Article

> Research In Motion is reportedly in talks to develop a music service based on its BlackBerry Messenger offering. Article

> Rovio Mobile, the casual game developer behind the blockbuster Angry Birds, will collaborate with mobile predictive analytics provider Medio Systems. Article

> Microsoft's Bing unit introduced We're In. Article

And finally... An HTC device popped up in Research In Motion BlackBerry marketing efforts. Article

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