T-Mobile USA Jet 2.0 launch rumored; DoCoMo drops out of CTIA show

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@FierceWireless: RT @BGR: Apple to postpone iPad 2 release in Japan in wake of earthquake, tsunami. ArticleFollow @FierceWireless

> Nvidia's CFO resigns from post. Release

> HTC's Arrive for Sprint Nextel includes the "NoDo" update for Windows Phone 7. Article

> China Mobile could soon name its 4G equipment suppliers. Article

> T-Mobile USA will reportedly launch the Jet 2.0 this month. Article

> Sony Ericsson is going to increase its staff of "ambassadors" to 1,000. Article

> Japanese carrier DoCoMo will not attend the CTIA Wireless 2011 show due to the disaster in the carrier's country. Article

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> Facebook for Android v1.5.2 is now available for download via Google's Android Market, bringing with it a series of improvements to the application's photo-sharing capabilities. Article

> Google rolled out a redesigned Search application for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch, touting a more interactive user experience and new tools. Article

> Mobile application platform provider Snaptu unveiled a new solution giving feature phone users on-the-go access to professional networking service LinkedIn. Article

> Google introduced its AdMob beta SDK for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system. Article

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