Thursday's CNET Update completes the set:
T-Mobile to sell iPhone in 2013
T-Mobile USA Chief Executive John Legere confirmed that the carrier will be selling the iPhone next year. Expect T-Mobile to target AT&T and offer competitive pricing with new Value Plans.
Also in today's tech news roundup:
- Apple CEO Tim Cook said some Mac production will move to the U.S. in 2013. He also hinted that Apple is working on a new television concept.
- Google+ is adding Communities. These groups can be public or private for people with similar interests to start hangouts and plan events.
- Facebook is changing the wording of "subscribe" to "follow" for getting updates on someone's posts.
- Spotify also is adding a way to follow users, along with some other features.
- Zynga wants to expand its games to include real-money gambling.
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