Microsoft buys Nokia, next Android named KitKat

And in other big mobile news, Apple sends out invites for its iPhone event and Amazon updates the Kindle Paperwhite.

CNET Update breaks off a piece:


In this episode of Update:

- Mark your calendar for the new, colorful iPhones to be revealed September 10.

- Prepare for Microsoft to make its own Windows Phones now that it bought the mobile division of Nokia.

- Take a break before reading this story: Google's next version of the Android operating system will be called KitKat.

- See what's different in Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite e-ink reader.

- Buy a cheap digital version of your printed Amazon books starting in October with Kindle MatchBook.

- Follow CNET's live coverage of Samsung's announcement of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch and Galaxy Note 3.


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