AT&T to sell HTC Titan for $199; ZTE plans U.S. tablet

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> ZTE said it will sell a tablet in the United States next year. Article

> ARM introduced a new chip for smartphones. Article

> Research In Motion said it is looking into new reports of BlackBerry service delays. Article

> AT&T and the Justice Department argued over witnesses in their upcoming trial over AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile USA. Article

> AT&T Mobility will sell the HTC Titan for $199 on Nov. 20. Article

> Research In Motion's forthcoming BBX smartphones will support connections to RIM's BlackBerry Enterprise Server. Article

> Page Plus Cellular increased the amount of data it will provide. Release

Mobile Content News

> Research In Motion said it will continue to develop Adobe's Flash in mobile. Article

> Tablets are transforming the way we shop, and what we shop for. Editor's Corner

> PayPal added NFC functions to its Android app. Article

> Amazon.com has quietly acquired speech-to-text software developer Yap. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Inexpensive Wi-Fi tablets are a setback to mobile operators. Editor's Corner

> Global Wi-Fi hotspots will surge 350 percent in four years. Article

> Backhaul remains a challenge for small cells. Industry Voices

European Wireless News

> Telefónica's O2 UK is not on the list of U.K. operators that will sell Nokia's flagship Lumia Windows Phone smartphone range. Article

> Swisscom, Switzerland's largest telco, will launch LTE trial networks in seven tourist locations. Article

> France Telecom Orange and the advertising agency giant Publicis committed to creating a venture capital fund of up to €300 million in digital start-ups. Article

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