T-Mobile USA to sell HTC Flyer tablet; IDC expects Android to lose tablet share in Q3

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> U.K. police asked Research In Motion for information about the riots there. Article

> The U.S. ITC will review Apple's patent win over HTC. Article

> According to CTIA, the IRS doesn't believe a cell phone is a taxable perk anymore. Post

> The mobile phone could replace keys. Article

> Nokia fell out of an index of Europe's biggest stocks. Article

> An ex-Samsung worker said he disclosed confidential iPad shipping data. Article

> IDC expects Android to cede additional market share in the third quarter (dropping to 23%) before it starts growing its share again in the fourth quarter (increasing to 25.9%) and beyond. Release

> T-Mobile USA said it would sell the 7-inch Android HTC Flyer to enterprise users. Release

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> Apple banned a "Jew or Not a Jew" game in France. Article

> Google is planning a Flipboard rival called Propeller. Article

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