Quick news from around the Web.
> Apple confirmed it will hold an event Oct. 22, where it is likely to announce new iPads. Article
> Analyst says Apple's iPhone 5c may be selling better than reported, and its availability in stores may be due to Apple's manufacturing success rather than overabundant supply. Article
> Google is expected to launch the Nexus 5 today without a press conference. Here's a hands-on of the device. Article
> China's fast growing phone maker Xiaomi said it sold 100,000 of its new MI3 smartphones in just one minute and 29 seconds. Article
> Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology have transmitted data at 100 gigabits per second over 20 meters using 237.5 GHz sub-terahertz waves. Article
> Sony's Xperia Z Ultra and Xperia Z1 smartphones as well as its SmartWatch 2 are now available in the U.S. but at a steep cost. Article
> Developers are attributing some of BlackBerry's troubles to bad app selection. Article
> Nearly half of consumers ignore in-app ads. Article
> Google's "referral flow" is helping developers track data. Article
> FierceCable ranked the top PayTV distributor apps. Check out the list here.
> Renub Research says that 4G LTE technology is offering various opportunities for different industries across the world to view live HD TV. Article
And finally… Can Burberry's former CEO revamp Apple's retail channel? Article