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Verizon: No. 1 in iPhone salesGoogle ends a deal with Mozilla Firefox, the Xbox 360 outsells rival consoles in November, and find out how carriers ranked in iPhone sales last month.
Speaker 1: It's Monday December 5th 2011. I'm Cara Savoy filling for (Brick and Carrie?) on CNET.com and it's time to get load. According to the new study from JP Morgan while AT&T was the original iPhone carrier. It is Verizon that is now making out the best. In 2012 Verizon is expected at 1.2 million new iPhone account when in double was expected for AT&T. New Kid Sprint, who just got on an iPhone Van Wagon this fall is only (??) to gain 250,000 new users next year but that's for (??) T-Mobile who is expected to lose 400,000 accounts next year, most likely people switching over to the iPhone. The Xbox 360 get's a big update tomorrow. The innervates (??) including the addition of around 40 media channels of Live and on demand TV contents, the update will also introduce tiles similar to Windows Phone 7. Being search is another new feature that will light users find contents across all tiles using voice with Kinect. Speaker 2: Xbox, Bing Martin Scorsezzi. Speaker 1: Gold members of Xbox Live can use any Xbox 360 machine by logging in through their gamer tag. 360 owners in the US, Canada and the Uk should get a notice for the free update tomorrow and may be tomorrow's updates for Xbox 360 console sales for November. Weather channels, Michael Pachter says 360 sales reach 1.44 million units just last month. Surprisingly the resold 1.05 million and the Playstation came in with 750,000 units sold. Microsoft reportedly had a record of week of sale during Black Friday selling close to a million Xbox 360 machines in just that week and the (??) award Google may have deliver the potentially fatal blow to Mozilla the make of Firefox for the last of several years Google has been paying Mozilla, $1.00 of placement to have that little Google Search Box at the top of each browser window. That total $100,000,000 a year or more than 80% of Mozilla's total revenue as of last month according to CDNet that deal ended with no plans of renewal with Google owns browser Chrome growing a popularity is no wonder they wanted to keep the resources closer to home. Tekken sight has across the pond or putting money on Facebook partnering with real casinos. According to United Kingdom daily mail, the social media companies (??) talk and negotiations with online gambling sites like (??) and 888 and editor for E-Gaming review has said not to win when quote Facebook is looking for a new revenue streams in the gambling industry is looking for a new markets and quote Facebook has his Poker face on and it's not denied nor confirmed those thoughts. Those your headlines for today. I'm Cara Savoy for CNET.com