Free mobile services to contact Japan
Microsoft may be scrapping the Zune player (but not the brand); Time Warner Cable launches the first iPad app to play live TV; and Sprint, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile all have free services related to earthquake-stricken Japan.
Links from Tuesday's episode of Loaded:
Microsoft is said to be, but not the Zune brand.
Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile follow AT&T's lead and drop some or all charges for calls and texts to Japanese, or connected to earthquake relief.
AT&T is about tofor U-verse customers.
Yahoo adds Facebook chat to its Yahoo Mail client.
AOL and T-Mobile launch Play by AOL Music for Android to stream music to your mobile phone.
T-Mobile announces a 10GB per month data plan that does not come cheap.
Time Warner Cable launches the first iPad app that will .
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