Apple's Siri co-creator leaves; LG could announce U.S. Optimus G

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> The co-creator of Apple's Siri has reportedly left the company. Article

> Foxconn promised to investigate its labor practices following a new undercover report about working conditions in its factories. Article

> LG could announce the U.S. release of its Optimus G next week. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks is scheduled to begin cutting jobs in Finland. Article

> AT&T Mobility turned on its LTE network in more parts of New York. Article

> Apple will reportedly later today unveil a new iPod touch. Article

> Texas Instruments narrowed its expectations for its third-quarter profits and sales. Article

> Mobixell Networks said it is deploying its Seamless Access multi-service platform for two unnamed "Tier 1" mobile operators in Europe. Release

> Apple's search results point to a new LTE-capable iPhone 5 and iPod nano. Article

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> Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company is working on a native social networking application for Google's Android to match its newly revamped app for Apple's iOS, admitting the company's previous reliance on HTML5-based mobile experiences was a serious tactical error. Article

> Google has activated more than 500 million Android devices worldwide less than four years since launching the mobile operating system. Article

> Microsoft reportedly is working overtime to keep its new Windows Phone 8 overhaul on schedule, collaborating closely with carriers to guarantee that devices running the new mobile operating system reach stores in advance of the holiday shopping season. Article

And finally… Ting interviews its first LTE customer. Post

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