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> Google's product chief, Jonathan Rosenberg, will leave the company as Larry Page takes over as CEO. Article

> Samsung is predicted to report a dip in earnings in the first quarter due to sluggish sales of TVs. Article

> Texas Instruments said it will acquire National Semiconductor in a deal worth $6.5 billion. Release

> T-Mobile USA expanded its HSPA+ network, offering theoretical speeds of 21 Mbps, to 167 markets and more than 200 million people nationwide. Release

> Sprint Nextel said Joseph J. Euteneuer officially joined as its new CFO. Release

> Google agreed to pay a $25 million fee if it is unable to win Nortel's patents. Article

> Verizon Wireless has been accused of violating anti-trust laws in its efforts to target fraudulent premium text messengers. Article

> Atlantic Tele-Network announced its Commnet Wireless subsidiary created a joint venture with the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority to launch a wireless network in the Navajo Nation. Release

> Nokia offered a look at additional concept phones. Post

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> Japan texting donations highlight operators' willingness to take a risk. Commentary

> A leaked version of Google's forthcoming Android Music software update includes access to the digital services giant's much-rumored cloud locker service. Article

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> Multiple application developers including Pandora have been served with subpoenas in conjunction with a federal grand jury investigation into consumer information sharing across the iOS and Android operating systems. Article

> Microsoft reports that more than 1.5 million developers have downloaded its Windows Phone 7 toolset. Article

> Has Android grown too big for Google to control? Commentary

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