Clearwire beefs up call center; T-Mobile USA gets J.D. Power nod

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> Get excited: Smartphones will dual-core chips are on the horizon. Article

> Cricket provider Leap Wireless introduced the EC1705 modem from Huawei. Release

> Apple left out the original iPhone and iPod touch in a software upgrade to patch a security hole. Article

> Chipmaker Nvidia is gunning for Intel in the tablet space, according to Bloomberg. Article

> Clearwire is planning to hire 500 workers to staff a new call center. Article

> Verizon Wireless said any customer with a contract ending this year will be eligible to upgrade to the Motorola Droid 2. Article

> J.D. Power gave T-Mobile USA top marks in retail sales satisfaction. Article

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> Media kingpin News Corp. is planning a new national digital newspaper distributed exclusively via mobile handsets. Article

> Facebook launched an updated version of its software development kit for Apple's iOS mobile platform. Article

> Google unveiled Voice Actions for Android during a press event. Article

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