T-Mobile to sell iPhone in 2013

Consumers will have another choice of iPhone carrier next year, Apple is moving some Mac production to the U.S., and Zynga wants to try its hand at real-money gambling.

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Thursday's CNET Update completes the set:

Watch this: 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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