Tyco buys ADC; iPhone 4 jailbroken

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> Tyco Electronics said it will buy ADC Telecom for $1.25 billion. Article

> Following its acquisition of Palm, Hewlett-Packard is no longer listed as a Windows Phone launch partner. Article

> Bernstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi predicts an iPhone 4 recall could cost Apple $1.5 billion. Article

> Apple reportedly purchased a Canadian company that makes interactive 3D maps for browsers. Article

> Apple's iPhone 4 has been jailbroken. Article

> Motorola is "raving" about Android. Article

> Intel posts its best quarter ever. Article

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> Facebook plans to migrate away from standalone mobile applications in favor of embracing a platform strategy. Article

> Nokia will cut the price of most mobile games for sale in its Ovi Store virtual marketplace to around 99 cents. Article

> AdMob's CEO said Apple is not enforcing its policies on third-party ad-serving technologies. Article

> Universal Music Group teamed with mobile content technology vendor m-Wise. Article

> Microsoft is providing financial incentives including free tools and test handsets to encourage developers to build Windows Phone 7 apps. Article

 And finally... Apple's Scott Forstall spent two minutes creating a Twitter username and password and apparently it's noteworthy. Article

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