Zoom to build Qualcomm-powered phones; Verizon's HTC ThunderBolt drops to $150

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@FierceWireless: RT @MobileCrunch: Nokia's Ovi Store Now Seeing 5 Million Downloads Per Day. Article[email protected]

> Zoom in China will make phones with Qualcomm chips. Article

> Wal-Mart will reduce the size of the electronics section in its stores. Article

> Microsoft said its Windows Phone 7 update for the Samsung Focus, LG Quantum, and HTC Surround is still in testing. Post

> Verizon Wireless HTC ThunderBolt is selling for $150 at Wirefly. Article

> T-Mobile USA officially introduced its unlimited voice, text and data offering for $80 per month. Release

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> Sony Ericsson introduced its own customized application channel on Google's Android Market. Article

> Broadcast satellite service provider DirecTV will extend Time Warner-owned HBO Go and MAX Go online video services to the iOS and Android mobile operating systems later this year. Article

> Video-based mobile marketing platform provider Mogreet introduced Post-to-Facebook. Article

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