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“AFP – Indonesia on Thursday denied it is considering a ban on certain BlackBerry smartphone services in line with similar moves from the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

“Reuters – No BlackBerry service!

Reuters – About 200,000 smartphones and other devices based on Google’s Android operating system are sold every day, CEO Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday, underscoring the strong challenge to rivals like Apple’s iPhone.

“AFP – NPD Group has reported that smartphones running on Google-back Android software unseated BlackBerry devices as top-sellers in the United States during the second quarter of the year.

Ben Patterson – The cool thing about the “JailbreakMe” tool that iPhone hackers unleashed last weekend is that it’s capable of jailbreaking your iPhone over the Web, via the handset’s Safari browser. The scary thing about the “JailbreakMe” tool? It’s capable of jailbreaking you…

Ben Patterson – For just $25 a month, the portable, mouse-size Clear iSpot will bathe your gadgets in unlimited 4G-powered Wi-Fi goodness — as long as you’re in a Clear 4G coverage area, that is, and as long as your Wi-Fi-enabled gear has an “i” tacked to the front of its name.

Reuters – About 200,000 smartphones based on Google’s Android operating system are sold every day, CEO Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday, underscoring the strong challenge to rivals like Apple’s iPhone.

Reuters – Research in Motion is at odds with the governments of India, Saudi Arabia and the UAE over their demands that the company let authorities tap BlackBerry messages delivered using RIM’s rock-solid encryption technology.

PC World – It’s time to ditch my battered BlackBerry 9000. Whether the successor should be a newer BlackBerry, an iPhone, an Android handset, or something else entirely is up in the air. Is it worth waiting for something that’s not out yet, like the Windows 7 phone?

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