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> Dan Hesse is purchasing stock in Sprint Nextel. Article

> The copyright case between Oracle and Google is headed to a jury decision. Article

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> Microsoft plans to clean up its Windows Phone Marketplace. Article

> Openwave's former messaging unit is getting a reboot under its new owner. Article

> Angry Birds Space reached the 50 million download milestone is its first 35 days of release, shattering developer Rovio Mobile's previous adoption records. Article

> Skype updated its iOS app. Article

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> Nokia is boasting of 80,000 Windows Phone apps. Article

> Publishers need to cater to casual gamers. Article

And finally... The average speed of an Internet connection in South Korea? 16 Mbps. Article

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