T-Mobile promises G2 update; Samsung boasts of 5M Galaxy S shipments

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> Chinese manufacturing firm Hon Hai reportedly will raise prices for customers including Apple. Article

> Korean regulators are questioning Apple over the iPhone. Article

> Alltel Wireless said it will use Movius' Versera ICE application solution to provide voice-messaging services to its 800,000 subscribers. Release

> Samsung said it has sold more than 5 million Galaxy S phones. Release

> T-Mobile USA said it will offer WiFi calling and tethering to the G2 sometime in the future. Article

> Vodafone in India will use 3G equipment from Nokia Siemens Networks and Ericsson. Article

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> Qualcomm acquired mobile Web solutions provider iSkoot Technologies. Article

> Online marketplace eBay unveiled a retooled mobile website optimized for smartphone users. Article

> Mobile subscribers favor mobile browser experiences over accessing downloadable applications. Article

> Verizon Wireless will preload online retail giant's Amazon.com's free Kindle ereader application across its Android smartphones. Article

And finally... Microsoft hopes to save people from their phones. Video

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