Nokia N8 coming in September; Texas firm uses LTE to target oil and gas industry

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> Nokia's N8 is now available for pre-order, to be delivered in September. Article

> RBC Capital Markets and Stifel Nicolaus both estimate Research In Motion sold around 150,000 BlackBerry Torches during the phone's first weekend of availability, according to the Wall Street Journal. Article (sub. req.)

> China Unicom will sell Apple's iPad and iPhone 4, according to reports. Article

> Texas Energy Network will deploy an LTE network targeting the oil and gas industry with the help of Alcatel-Lucent. Release

> Verizon Wireless' HTC Droid Incredible is now in stock. Article

> Research In Motion will give Indian authorities access to its BlackBerry service to address security concerns, according to Bloomberg. Article

> An Apple manager accused of accepting kickbacks from Asian component suppliers pleaded not guilty. Article (sub. req.)

> Aruba will deliver wireless solutions under Dell's PowerConnect W-Series networking portfolio through a new agreement between the two companies. Release

> U.S. Cellular will begin selling the "BlackBerry 6 ready" Bold 9650 starting Aug. 18. Release

> Rumors point to a Motorola Droid Pro, World Edition and tablet for Verizon Wireless. Article

Mobile Content News

> Comverse warned of possible job cuts. Article

> Adobe Systems announced its Adobe AIR 2.5 runtime will launch on Android-powered smartphones. Article

> Bookseller chain Barnes & Noble introduced updated version of its Nook ereader application for Apple's iPhone. Article

>Nokia will rebrand its Comes With Music all-you-can-eat service to fit under its Ovi multimedia umbrella. Article

> Microsoft introduced more than 50 new games optimized for its forthcoming Windows Phone 7 platform. Article

> Adobe's Flash offering in Google's Android Market is no longer in "beta." Article

Mobile Developer News

> Google vowed it will fight a lawsuit filed by software giant Oracle Corp. alleging Google's Android mobile operating system infringes on Oracle's Java programming language. Article

> Where are all the Android apps? Commentary

> Adobe has "moved on" from its dust-up with Apple over Flash. Article

> More than 10,000 iPhone and iPod touch developers have signed up for Apple's fledgling iAd mobile advertising network. Article

And finally... A forecaster in 1910 predicted the iPhone. Article