HTC Ville may include Ice Cream Sandwich; Sprint debuts an enterprise femtocell

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> Samsung appears to be readying the Illusion for Verizon Wireless. Article

> Nvidia reported revenues above expectations. Article

> Amazon reportedly ordered another 1 million Kindle Fires. Article

> Sprint Nextel appears to be preparing to lock the iPhone's SIM. Article

> Sprint Nextel introduced an enterprise femtocell from AirWalk. Release

> The Motorola Droid Razr is selling for $111.11 on Amazon today. Article

> HTC is reportedly preparing the Ville, featuring the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android. Article

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> Research In Motion will preload NewspaperDirect's PressReader application on its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Article

> Hours after Adobe Systems announced it will halt ongoing development of its browser-based Flash Player application runtime for mobile devices, Research In Motion stated it will continue to support developers who have created Flash-based applications on its BlackBerry platform. Article

> Ringtones appear to remain a big part of digital music revenues. Article

And finally... A man called 911 five times to complain about a broken iPhone. Article

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