Motorola moves HQ to downtown Chicago; AT&T reported to sell One X at $99

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> Meru Networks reported an increase in revenues in the second quarter. Release

> Research In Motion expects to leverage its current 78 million BlackBerry users as it works to build support for its forthcoming BlackBerry 10 platform. Article

> Motorola Mobility will move its global headquarters to downtown Chicago. Release

> A group of lawmakers are urging Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to investigate ZTE. Article

> Nvidia's Tegra 3 will support the Miracast wireless display standard. Article

> AT&T Mobility will reportedly reduce the price of the HTC One X to $99 on Sunday. Article

> Samsung and Apple lawyers are arguing where they will sit during their upcoming trial. Article

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> Google is expanding its mobile search capabilities with the addition of Handwrite, a new tool enabling users to input queries by writing out the letters with their finger. Article

> Gameloft posted record second quarter revenues of $62 million, crediting the surge to the continued growth of its mobile gaming efforts. Article

> Twitter has disabled photo-sharing application Instagram's access to its Find Your Friends feature, although the Twitter API remains available to other social networking apps. Article

And finally…Imagine this: Apple's latest ad campaign urges customers to buy iPhones for the other hand. Article

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