T-Mobile to sell Samsung Exhibit II 4G; BlackBerry Bolt rumored for BBX

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> Verizon Wireless customers reportedly had trouble making calls in Virginia. Article

> The BlackBerry Colt is reportedly Research In Motion's first BBX device. Article

> T-Mobile USA announced the Samsung Exhibit II 4G, which it will sell for $199 without a contract. Release

> Sprint Nextel said it fixed a privacy issue with some HTC phones. Article

> New legislation would require warrants for GPS surveillance. Article

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> Social gaming platform provider PapayaMobile is expanding its development toolkits to Apple's iOS. Article

> Qualcomm's Atheros networking and connectivity subsidiary unveiled Skifta, a new application enabling Android smartphone and tablet users to access their music, videos and photos from wherever their media resides, whether it's their home or the cloud. Article

And finally... The Nexus One is too old for Android's Ice Cream Sandwich. Article

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