T-Mobile tops J.D. Powers survey; Sony Ericsson's Xperia Neo shows up

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> A new survey shows that wireless users typically overpay for their service. Article

> T-Mobile USA topped J.D. Powers and Associates customer satisfaction survey. Article

> Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play, which has been dubbed the "PlayStation phone,"  appears to have popped up in an unreleased commercial. Article

> Engadget posted details on Sony Ericsson's unannounced Xperia Neo device. Article

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> Nokia issued software update 1.1 for new Symbian devices the Nokia N8, C7 and C6-01. Article

> Mobile advertising solutions provider Amobee Media Systems unveiled a new proximity marketing model combining traditional outdoor media with mobile technology. Article

> Research In Motion launched the beta release of its BlackBerry Radio application. Article

And finally... TigerText--no relation to Tiger Woods--offers a service that automatically deletes text messages from a user's device. Article (sub. req.)

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