Top Tech Stories of the Day: T-Mobile Could Intro 'anytime Upgrade' Club Soon

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T-Mobile already made headlines this year by moving to no-contract plans. And now, a new model could do the same for buying new phones. According to reports, the aggressive new phone-buying model called Jump, would let its no-contract customers upgrade to a new handset any time they want. Carl Icahn played a new card in his quest to wrest control of computer maker Dell from its founding CEO. Two days after Institutional Shareholder Services and two other proxy advisory firms endorsed a $24.4 billion leveraged buyout proposed by Michael Dell and the private equity firm Silver Lake, Icahn today urged shareholders to invoke a provision of Delaware that allows them to have second thoughts up to 60 days after the buyout has taken place. Apple is unsurprisingly not keen on the International Trade Commission's impending import ban on older iPhone and iPad models. Per AppleInsider, the company has asked the ITC to put a stay on the ban on the AT&T versions of the?iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3, iPad 3G and iPad 2 3G for allegedly infringing upon a Samsung-held patent.

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