LG Revolution for Verizon brings Netflix to Android; Apple gets early peek at Samsung gadgets

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> Verizon Wireless announced the Android-powered LG Revolution for $250 with a service contract; the device features Netflix support. Release

> A court asked Samsung to provide to Apple a handful of unreleased products. Article

> Sony reported a fresh round of hacking on its websites. Article

> Sprint Nextel upgraded its online store to support phones. Release

> ZTE said it expects a 20 percent boost in sales this year driven by its mobile operations. Article

> Teletouch said it expects to reach an agreement with AT&T over sales of the iPhone. Release

> A pair of Senators questioned AT&T Mobility about its billing for data services. Article

> ZTE plans to launch LTE devices in the United States. Article

Mobile Content News

> This week's app review focuses on two iOS utilities. Article

> Brightcove unveiled a new cloud-based content strategy spearheaded by App Cloud. Article

> Amazon.com announced a new 3G-enabled version of its ad-supported Kindle with Special Offers unit. Article

> Amazon.com now sells more Kindle books than hardcover and softcover volumes combined. Article

> Mobile game maker TinyCo launched the TinyFund, a $5 million fund designed to help aspiring iOS and Android developers bring their free and premium games to market. Article

And finally... Nokia's Oro features 18-karat gold. Article

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