AT&T to sell Moto 360 for $199 with Moto X; Samsung to sell Galaxy Note Edge in U.S. market Nov. 14

Quick news from around the Web.

> AT&T Mobility is selling the Moto 360 smart watch for $199 when users purchase it with the second generation Moto X smartphone. Post

> AT&T is selling the new Nokia Lumia 830 for $18.75 a month with its Next 18 program or for $449.99 without a contract. The company is also bundling the phone with the Fitbit Flex for free, which typically costs $99.99. Post

> HTC's Desire Eye, Re Camera and One M8 for Windows smartphone will be sold by AT&T starting Nov. 7. Article

> Google is reportedly working on a "copresence" technology that would allow iOS, Android and Chrome devices to communicate directly. Article

> Shortly after AT&T added extra data to some of its mid-range shared data plans, Verizon Wireless did the same. For example, Verizon's $80 per month More Everything plan now includes 10 GB of shared data. Article

> Wireless power company uBeam scored $10 million in Series A venture capital funding. Article

> Samsung said its new Galaxy Note Edge device will go on sale in the United States starting Nov. 14. Release

> HTC's planned Rapid Charger 2.0 will use Qualcomm's Quick Charge technology to recharge HTC's new smartphone up to 40 percent faster. Article

> Apple could launch a new bond sale. Article

> Hewlett-Packard is planning to sell its new MB Chronowing smart watch starting at $349. Article

> Verizon expanded its partnership with JetBlue with a new, five-year agreement that covers technology infrastructure. Post

Wireless Tech News

> Huawei's deployment of a Wi-Fi network for the Washington Redskins at FedExField in Landover, Md., is just one of several stadium projects for the infrastructure vendor. Article

> Some AT&T Mobility Cricket customers were unable to send or receive encrypted email for months, according to The Washington Post, citing security researchers. Article

> SK Telecom, along with vendor partner Ericsson, developed Smart Wake-up, a technology that dynamically wakes up small cells when traffic enters the cell. Article

Telecom News

> Shentel continued to find gold in its fiber lease segment as revenues rose 15.7 percent year-over-year to $8.1 million, helping to offset declines in legacy voice and drive up overall wireline revenues. Article

Cable News

> Envivio's CEO talked to FierceCable about multiscreen 2.0, 4K and the changing pay-TV landscape. Hot Seat

> Atlantic Broadband has become the latest MSO to use Netflix programming to try to sell pay-TV services, offering three months' free service from the SVOD company to new customers who sign up for its TiVo-enabled bundles. Article

European Wireless News

> Virgin Mobile South Africa unveiled new mobile plans that it hopes will help it achieve an ambitious goal of reaching 1 million subscribers in the next three years. Article

> Nigeria-based mobile tower operator IHS Holding raised a total of $2.6 billion (€2 billion) to fund the company's growth, with the capital raise comprising equity of $2 billion and a loan facility of $600 million. Article

And finally… Police may be able to require users to unlock their phones with their fingerprint. Article

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