iPhone 5 pegged for Sept. 7 launch; T-Mobile details tablet-rental program

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> An Apple patent points to an iPhone with a built-in projector. Article

> T-Mobile USA said it tested a tablet rental program with the Los Angeles Anaheim Angels baseball team that allowed fans to rent a tablet for a game for $10. Post

> Nokia's MeeGo-powered N9 will not be sold in Germany. Article

> Dell has reportedly discontinued the Streak 5. Article

> T-Mobile USA's Tom Sugrue, senior vice president of the carrier's government affairs, wrote a post on the carrier's blog in favor of AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile. Post

> Exxon edged out Apple as the world's most valuable company. Article

> During an Android-related patent battle Google argued to an International Trade Commission judge that Microsoft revealed "highly confidential source code." Article

> Sprint Nextel will reportedly sell the BlackBerry Bold 9930 for $249.99 and the BlackBerry Torch 9850 for $149.99. Article

> Nvidia's shares jumped at hopes for the company's third quarter. Article

> Apple will reportedly unveil the next iPhone on Sept. 7. Article

> Screen shots of the next version of Google's Android OS,  Ice Cream Sandwich, have reportedly been posted onto the Internet. Article

> AT&T Mobility's network was reportedly offline in Vermont for several hours. Article

Mobile Content News

> Devices running Google's Android mobile operating system generated 53 percent of all mobile ad impressions across the Millennial Media network in the second quarter of 2011. Article

> Google said it will take 5 percent of in-game transactions for games on its Google+ social network, much less than the 30 percent Facebook charges. Article

> Social mobile gaming company Glu Mobile said it plans to expand the number of its development teams over the next year from 11 to a minimum of 22 in 2012. Article

> Rovio Entertainment, the maker of Angry Birds, is seeking a valuation of $1.2 billion. Article

And finally... Amazon patents mini-airbags for phones. Article