Motorola shareholders approve Google deal; Retailers to slash PlayBook prices

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@FierceMobiCo@MillennialMedia launches mmStudio mobile ad creative toolkit. Article | [email protected]

> Motorola Mobility stockholders approved the proposed merger with Google. Release

> IHS iSuppli found that Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet has a bill of materials cost of $185.60. Release

> Basis has filed a motion for a preliminary injunction against Research In Motion to prevent company from using the BBX name for its operating system. Article.

> According to marketing firm BlueKai, the typical iPad purchaser is male, a pet-owner and into video games. Article

> U.S. District Court Judge Lynn N. Hughes of the Southern District of Texas declared that the law authorizing the government to obtain cellphone records without a search warrant was unconstitutional. Article

> Canadian retailers will slash prices of the RIM PlayBook. The 16 GB model will now sell for $199, the 32 GB will sell for $299 and the 64 GB will sell for $399. Article

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> Millennial Media is rolling out mmStudio, a suite of tools enabling marketers and brands to build their own ad units. Article

> Apple continues to pursue its App Store trademark fight against Amazon.com, alleging the digital retail giant of false advertising. Article

> Research In Motion released the beta version of its BlackBerry Messenger v6.1 instant messaging application. Article

And finally... A porn company is asking HTC to change the name of its Vivid smartphone. Article

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