AT&T partners with Uber to stream college football inside cars; Chicago's metro system gets LTE

More wireless news from across the Web:

> AT&T is partnering with ride-hailing service Uber to test connected cars in four cities that will let passengers watch college football games live from tablets in the backseat during their trips. Reuters article

> According to App Annie, Apple's App Store revenue was 80 percent higher than Google Play in the third quarter, up from 70 percent higher in the second quarter. TechCrunch article

> Samsung Electronics said it will work with Thomson Reuters to better target solutions for enterprise customers. Release

> C Spire is using virtualization for its cloud solutions. LightReading article

> The Chicago Transit Authority completed the first stage of its project to provide LTE service for subway riders. Daily Northwestern article

> T-Mobile US shares are expected to begin trading as a NASDAQ-listed security on Oct. 27, switching from being listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Release

> Pre-orders for the BlackBerry Priv have opened at Carphone Warehouse in the UK. Pocket-Lint article

> T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless announced pricing and availability for the Tizen-based Samsung Gear S2 smart watch with 3G. Engadget article

> Nokia Networks won a deal to provide its latest TD-LTE-Advanced technology to China Mobile and is the largest non-Chinese vendor involved in the project. Release

> Hewlett-Packard, Dell and Lenovo are joining forces with Microsoft and Intel to launch a $70 million marketing campaign for PCs. NBC News article

> Apple released new versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote for both its iOS and Mac platforms. PhoneScoop article

> Sony is trying to make its FeliCa contact-less payment technology as ubiquitous in the rest of Asia as it is on Japan's railway network. Blomberg article

European Wireless News

> Argentina's telecoms regulator AFTIC has blocked plans by Telecom Italia to sell its indirect stake in Telecom Argentina to Fintech for a total of $960 million (€846 million), saying the investment firm had demonstrated neither "experience nor expertise" to run the local operator. Article

> Vodafone has extended its partner market agreement with MTS in a move that will see the Vodafone brand used to sell mobile services in Ukraine for the first time. Article

Cable News

> Altice filed an application with the FCC for its proposed $17.7 billion purchase of Cablevision telling the regulatory agency that deal will help the MSO's position in a crowded New York market while increasing competition overall. Article

> Arris introduced new gear to bolster its Moxi video interface in its battle for market share with TiVo among small- and mid-sized cable operators. Article

Telecom News

> USA Fiber, an emerging dark fiber provider, has introduced a dark fiber lease program targeting wholesale customers looking to interconnect with area on its new Ashburn, Va., ring. Article

> EPB has introduced a 10G FTTH service for residential customers in Chattanooga, Tenn., upping the competitive ante in the FTTH gigabit services trend. Article

And finally… Nintendo has reportedly started distributing a software development kit for its new NX video game platform. Article