T-Mobile will sell the Nokia X2; Verizon goes nationwide with Home Phone Connect

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> MetroPCS said it joined the Rural Cellular Association. Release

> T-Mobile USA is now selling the Nokia X2. Article

> Verizon is taking its Home Phone Connect offering nationwide. Article

> A new study found no link between brain cancer and mobile phones. Article

> The FCC announced a new national broadband map. Article

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> Sprint Nextel inked a deal for mobile payments with BilltoMobile. Article

> MapQuest is taking on Google Maps in mobile. Article

> Shazam is working with Old Navy for advertising. Article

> Researcher iSuppli said Apple remains the leader in the app store space. Article

> Skype hinted at a partnership with AT&T Mobility for video calling. Article

And finally... Apple's Steve Jobs met with President Obama. Article

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