ZTE plans Windows Phone for U.S. market; Ting promises 20 MB grace data

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> In their first month of service, every Ting customer will get 20 MB of data grace. Post

> Former president Bill Clinton highlighted global cellular success stories at his CTIA Wireless keynote. Article

> Samsung launched the low-end Omnia M Windows Phone. Article

> LG's Optimus Elite will bring Google Wallet to Virgin Mobile. Article

> ZTE will launch a Windows Phone smartphone for the U.S. market by the end of the year. Article

> Nvidia beat Wall Street expectations with its quarterly revenues. Article

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> Google released an updated version of its Maps for Android application that integrates location-specific daily deals offers. Article

> Gameloft has inked a global partnership with fabless semiconductor manufacturer MediaTek to preload games on smartphones and feature phones incorporating MediaTek chipsets.  Article

> Isis will support American Express' U.S. Consumer, OPEN Small Business and Serve Cards when its mobile wallet service begins consumer trials later this year. Article

And finally... Apple's Siri thinks the Nokia Lumia 900 is the best smartphone ever. Article

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