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* T-Mobile USA CEO Philipp Humm told employees that the company is eliminating 5% of its workforce, or nearly 1,900 jobs in the U.S., and closing seven call centers as part of a reorganization. The announcement comes three months after AT&T's planned acquisition of T-Mobile fell through. (The Verge)
* Facebook bought 750 patents from IBM (IBM) covering technologies like software and networking. The acquisition could help Facebook fend off Yahoo, which sued the social network earlier this month over a wide area of alleged patent infringements. (Bloomberg)
* According to the research firm IHS iSuppli, American movie watchers will pay more to watch movies online than watch on physical media like DVDs. (CNNMoney)
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