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> Hewlett-Packard said it will sell PCs and printers with webOS. Article

> United Airlines purchased 11,000 iPads. Article

> Sprint Nextel will sell the BlackBerry Curve 9350 for $79.99 with a contract. Release

> HTC will reportedly introduce several Windows Phone devices on Sept. 1. Article

> Hewlett-Packard confirmed it will not sell a Pre 3 in the United States. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks' equipment apparently aided torture in Bahrain. Article

> Verizon Wireless launched LTE in a number of new markets. Article

> Samsung inked a next-generation display joint venture with Universal Display Corp. in the United States. Article (sub. req.)

> LightSquared said InterGlobe Communications is the company's latest wholesale LTE customer. Article

> Research In Motion introduced the BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360, and 9370, which run the company's new BlackBerry 7 operating system. Article

> Samsung may purchase Hewlett-Packard's PC business. Article

Mobile Content News

> Square issued the latest version of its mobile payment application for Apple's iOS. Article

> Mark Lowenstein: What is the next-generation app experience? Commentary

> On-demand social music service Rdio introduced a new family subscription plan. Article

> McAfee said Android is the most attacked mobile operating system for malware. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Apple is warning registered developers it will limit their access to unique device identifiers [UDID] across iPhones and iPads. Article

> Consumable goods represent more than two-thirds of all in-app purchases across freemium iOS and Android games according to new data issued by mobile app analytics provider Flurry. Article

> A little over a month after releasing its BlackBerry WebWorks SDK 2.1 for Smartphones, Research In Motion is introducing version 2.1.1, known internally as the Echo Release. Article

And finally... Samsung is teasing the Galaxy S II for the United States. Video

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