AT&T to sell Lumia 920 for $99.99 and Lumia 820 for $49.99; Mavenir part of MetroPCS' RCS launch

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> AT&T Mobility said it will sell the Nokia Lumia 920 for $99.99 and the Nokia Lumia 820 for $49.99. And before Thanksgiving, customers can pick-up the Windows Phone 8X by HTC with 16 GB of memory for $199.99. Release

> A judge threw out Apple's patent-infringement lawsuit against Google's Motorola Mobility. Article

> The FBI said it is not receiving cooperation from the likes of Leap Wireless and T-Mobile USA in its surveillance efforts. Article

> HTC's sales dropped 60 percent year-over-year in October. Article

> According to Juniper Research, augmented reality apps will generate $300 million in revenues next year. Article

> Mavenir Systems said it is one of the vendors for MetroPCS' launch of Rich Communications Services, under the joyn brand. Release

> Ford's Sync service is now on 5 million vehicles, five years after launch. Article

> Openwave Mobility said an operator in the "Americas region" has deployed its Mobile Data Charging Solution. Release

Mobile Content News

> Millennial Media said that its ads now reach more than 380 million monthly unique mobile users worldwide, including approximately 150 million unique consumers in the U.S. Article

> Six weeks after launching its Gifts commerce platform on Google's Android and the desktop, Facebook is expanding the service to devices running Apple's iOS. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Gogobot and other recommendation apps matter. Editor's Corner

> This holiday season may be the one where app developers get the gift of many new customers, according to a new survey released by PriceGrabber. Article

And finally… There's an app for William Shatner. Article

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