ABI: 4G data 20% more expensive than 3G data; AT&T to sell 4G-capable Samsung Galaxy Camera

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> Microsoft has scheduled a Windows Phone event for Oct. 29 in San Francisco. Article

> Apple's Tim Cook posted a note about Steve Jobs on the anniversary of Jobs' death. Article

> AT&T Mobility said it will sell the cellular-capable Samsung Galaxy Camera. Release

> Did Nokia hobble itself with its exclusive deal with AT&T for the Lumia 920? Article

> Motorola Mobility won a German patent case against Microsoft. Article

> C Spire Wireless offered a look at its progress since its rebranding last year, disclosing that it counts 262,727 members in its Percs program. Release

> LG's Nexus phone is rumored for a November launch. Article

> Sony Mobile Communications halted sales of its Xperia tablet after it found a defect. Article

> Rick Kaplan, the former wireless bureau chief for the FCC, joined the National Association of Broadcasters as the group's executive VP of strategic planning. Article

> Tempest Telecom Solutions hired Darlene Braunschweig in the newly created position of president of its DAS and Small Cell Division. Release

> According to new findings from ABI Research, 4G data is priced 20 percent higher than 3G data among operators across the globe. Release

> A Deloitte report points to mobile health as one of the industry sectors that could be stymied unless more spectrum is freed up to support increased investment in next-generation wireless networks. Article

Mobile Content News

> Zynga said it will report weaker third quarter revenue and lowered its full-year guidance for 2012. In addition, Zynga CEO Mark Pincus hinted that the company will address these near-term challenges "by targeted cost reductions" and by focusing on its new game pipeline. Article

> Opera Software is revamping its Mobile Store to include several promotional tools, including sponsored product listings, app banners and App of the Week listings. Article

> Hewlett-Packard is reportedly set to hire 50 webOS developers. Article

And finally… NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly blamed thefts of Apple products for a rise in the city's overall crime statistic. Article