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Consumer Electronics Show: T-Mobile bets on tablets with Dell's Streak 7 and LG's G-Slate

T-Mobile USA Inc. will be adding tablets from LG and Dell to its lineup of mobile broadband devices, the company announced at the Consumer Electronics Show on Thursday. T-Mobile CEO Philipp Humm brought LG Vice President and CEO J.S. Park...
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