T-Mobile lures gadget addicts with new upgrade plan

T-Mobile's Jump plan offers twice-a-year upgrades, Apple is found guilty of conspiring to fix e-book prices, and Xbox Live purchases may cost more when Microsoft ditches Points.

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- Don't wait two years to upgrade your phone with T-Mobile's new $10-a-month Jump program.

- Prepare for a shake-up in digital media now that Apple has been found guilty of conspiring to fix e-book prices.

- Discover new features in the Android Google Maps app.

- Spend Xbox Points now, just in case games cost more when Microsoft transitions to real money.

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