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Google partners with Sprint, integrates Google Voice
Google says it is integrating Google Voice with Sprint. It’s letting all Sprint customers use their mobile phone number as their Google Voice numbe

Firefox 4 launches into a tougher, faster world
Three years ago, Firefox 3 set the world on fire, burning up more than 8 million downloads in its first day. Debuting today, Firefox 4 steps foot into a vastly more competitive browser scene.

RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook prepped for April 19 launch
Research in Motion’s BlackBerry PlayBook will be available at Best Buy starting April 19 as well as other retailers.

What would AT&T, T-Mobile deal mean for Sprint?
Sprint Nextel may find it difficult to compete on its own if the deal between AT&T and T-Mobile is eventually approved by regulators.

Amazon launches Android Appstore: Trial balloon ahead of a tablet?
Amazon launched its Appstore for Android and the effort may hint at a bigger strategy for tablets.

New York Times paywall took years to finalize
The New York Times’ new online pay model is causing controversy. Even among the Times’ executive leadership there is an ongoing debate. But the move to a subscription system was a long time coming

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