Wireless buoys RadioShack; JD Power smiles on T-Mobile USA

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> Verizon Wireless launched the Samsung Intensity II, a Qwerty feature phone the carrier will sell for $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement. Release

> RadioShack's second-quarter profit popped 8.6 percent on demand for mobile phones and other wireless goodies. Article

> JD Power gave T-Mobile USA the top spot in terms of customer care. Article

> HTC is rolling out Android 2.2 to various devices, including the Sprint Nextel Evo.  Article

> Microsoft is working on tablets to counter Apple's iPad. Article

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> In April, Apple discontinued use of the Google and Skyhook location databases in favor of its own, according to TechCrunch. Article

> TeleNav warned contract renegotiations with Sprint Nextel could lead to a fall in revenue. Article

> Cross-platform applications storefront GetJar announced downloads now exceed 3 million per day. Article

> Digital entertainment services firm RealNetworks reported second quarter revenues of $88.9 million. Article

> Bookseller chain Barnes & Noble will build a series of in-store boutiques spotlighting its Nook solution. Article

> Google introduced new AdWords location extensions enabling local businesses to feature their location and phone number on expandable map ads. Article

> Research In Motion showed off version 2.0 of its BlackBerry App World application storefront. Article

And finally...  Mysterious "monolith" displays appear to be hyping a forthcoming BlackBerry product to AT&T stores, according to Gizmodo. Article

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