AT&T launches new mobile browser; Adobe's Flash expands reach

> AT&T Mobility launched a new mobile browser, which exploits advanced data compression from Opera Software to enable accelerated delivery of HTML-based Web pages. Article

> Adobe announced that its Flash player would be available on almost all smartphone platforms--except for Apple's iPhone. Article

> European operators are discovering that LTE networks don't come cheap. Commentary

> Japan's NTT DoCoMo, NEC, Panasonic and Fujitsu said they are making headway in their jointly developed mobile-handset platform for LTE. Article

> Satellite gear maker ViaSat will acquire Denver-based WildBlue Communications for $568 million. Article

> The merger between Orange UK and T-Mobile UK was forced upon the France Telecom subsidiary in a rush to complete a deal ahead of rival bids, according to reports. Article

> Symbian handset shipments were likely to reach 180 million by 2014, up from 87 million this year, according to Juniper Research. Article

And finally... A couple got married in a Halloween-themed wedding. Both were dressed as vampires, and the groom arrived in a coffin inside a hearse. Article

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