AT&T to sell BlackBerry 7 smartphones; iPhone 4S expands to more countries

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@FierceMobiCo: Nokia to target first-time U.S. smartphone buyers with Windows Phone. Article via @FierceWireless | [email protected]

> Samsung has asked for Apple's iPhone source code in the companies' ongoing legal battle. Article

> President Obama named two new members to the FCC. Article

> The iPhone 4S' battery issues are reminiscent of Apple's "antennagate" of last year. Article

> Nokia is working to rally developers to Windows Phone. Article

> Research In Motion's BlackBerry Bold 9900, Torch 9860 and Curve 9360 are headed to AT&T Mobility. Article

> Amtrak is adding free wireless Internet to some of its routes. Article

> Apple's iPhone 4S will go on sale in 15 new countries Nov. 11. Article

> Apple's share of the mobile operating system market received a sizable boost in October. Article

> Verizon Wireless appears to be preparing to sell the HTC Rezound. Article

Mobile Content News

> Bookseller Barnes & Noble is expected to release a new tablet version of its Android-powered Nook Color e-reader. Article

> Cross-platform development solutions provider Appcelerator has completed a Series C financing round totaling $15 million. Article

> Consumers worldwide will redeem more than $43 billion in mobile coupons in 2016. Article

Mobile Developer News

> The truth about HTML5 and native apps. Industry Voices

> Google is adding the Selenium WebDriver browser automation tool as an extra feature available with its Android SDK. Article

> Mobile app analytics provider Flurry unveiled AppCircle Re-Engagement for Apple's iOS platform. Article

And finally... Native Gmail app for iOS is the killer of Android? Article

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