News of Note—Verizon maintains lead in RootMetrics report; T-Mobile and Sprint to house third new call center in central California

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> Verizon’s network came out on top nationally for the 11th consecutive time in RootMetrics' latest report. Release

> T-Mobile and Sprint said the third of five new customer call centers, pending the close of their merger, will be housed in central California, creating about 1,000 jobs. Release

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> Apple’s head of marketing for the iPhone has been named the company’s first executive in charge of marketing for augmented reality. Bloomberg article

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