T-Mobile USA faces 'unlimited' lawsuit; AT&T to surpass Verizon next year

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> T-Mobile USA is facing a lawsuit over its advertising of an "unlimited" data plan that carried a 10 GB data cap. Article

> AT&T Mobility is forecast to overtake Verizon Wireless as the nation's largest wireless carrier in the second quarter of next year, according to IE Market Research Corp. Release

> Sam's Club shoppers will get free WiFi through a new deal between the retailer and AT&T. Release

> T-Mobile USA will get into the 4G game "either by buying spectrum or re-farming existing spectrum, or potentially leasing spectrum together with others," according to the chief of parent company Deutsche Telekom. Article

> BlackBerry is back in business in Saudi Arabia. Article

> Texas Instruments licensed ARM's Eagle CPU core for its chips. Article

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> AT&T announced an upgraded U-verse app for the iPhone that will allow users to download select TV shows from their DVR to their phone. Article

> Motorola appears set to ease off the marketing of its MotoBlur user interface. Article

> Apple introduced a new Volume Purchase Program to make it easier and cheaper for educational institutions to purchase and distribute iOS applications to students. Article

And finally... Apple plans to build liquid metal killer robots like the T-1000 in "Terminator 2." Or something like that. Article

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