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> Cox Communications plans to bring its wireless service to Rhode Island soon. Article

> The iPhone 5 could include NFC capabilities, according to a new report. Article

> Sprint Nextel announced a new version of its Overdrive EV-DO/WiMAX portable Wi-Fi hotspot from Sierra Wireless, dubbed the Overdrive Pro. Release

> The disaster in Japan could affect Apple's supply of iPads. Article

> Sony Ericsson warned of supply chain disruptions due to the disaster in Japan. Article

> Reports of a Motorola Xoom for Sprint Nextel appeared recently. Article

> T-Mobile USA could release the G2X and the G-Slate on April 20. Article

> The nPhase M2M venture announced it will run across the networks of both Verizon Wireless and Vodafone. Release

> Ericsson said it placed an HD voice call over CDMA. Article

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> Virgin Mobile launched an Android music app. Article

> Within two weeks of Verizon Wireless launching a CDMA-based edition of Apple's iPhone, the device accounted for 4.5 percent of all U.S. iPhone ad impressions across the Millennial Media network. Article

> Microsoft's MSN digital portal unveiled MSN Onit, a men's lifestyle application optimized for Windows Phone 7 smartphones. Article

> Research In Motion launched a new beta version of its Facebook for BlackBerry social networking application. Article

And finally... Turns out the iPhone Times Square hack was just an ad. Article

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