AT&T to sell Xperia TL for $99; Huawei reportedly tried to sell antennas to Iran

Quick news from around the Web.

@FierceWireless: RT@KarlBode: Insider tells CNET Sprint's definition of "coming months" (for expected LTE launches) means half a year: Article | [email protected]

> Huawei reportedly tried to sell embargoed American antenna equipment to an Iranian firm. Article

> The Xperia TL from Sony Mobile Communications will be available from AT&T Mobility starting Nov. 2 for $99 with a two-year agreement. Release

> ZTE reported its first quarterly loss. Article

> Carphone Warehouse appears to be selling the Nexus 4. Article

> Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility are going to sell the Samsung Galaxy Note II for $300 with a two-year contract. Article

> A trade judge ruled that Samsung infringes on four Apple patents. Article

> A judge in a case brought against Apple's Siri has stepped down due to his "interest" in Apple. Article

> Sprint Nextel introduced an Android application for its Direct Connect push-to-talk service. Release

> Nokia Siemens Networks nabbed a TD-LTE deal from China Mobile. Article (sub. req.)

> Tellabs will cut 200 workers. Article

Mobile Content News

> The value of Facebook's Instagram acquisition has dropped to $715 million. Article

> Nuance launched its Dragon Mobile Assistant for Android. Article

> T-Mobile USA is partnering with Lookout on Automatic App Security, a preloaded application designed to protecting Android smartphones and tablets against potential threats. Article

> Zynga said that mobile now accounts for 20 percent of its bookings, according to VentureBeat. The figure is an increase from previous quarters but down slightly from the boost Zynga received from its OMGPOP acquisition this summer. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Verizon Wireless posted more information on its website about how its Precision Marketing Division will collect and market user data, a move one critic says is a positive step but not enough to fully reassure customers that their privacy is being protected. Article

> The third quarter of 2012 was a record-setter for fabless chip vendor Broadcom, which announced it reached total quarterly revenue of more than $2 billion for the first time, as well as another first-time milestone, mobile and wireless revenue above $1 billion. Article

> The late evening hours are peak times for mobile video demand as well as mobile social networking, according to Citrix Systems' latest ByteMobile Mobile Analytics Report, which noted average mobile video download performance drops by 30 percent during the peak hours of service. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone Germany's new CEO Jens Schulte-Bockum said he expects data traffic volume to grow by 2,000 per cent over the next three years. Article

> Telekom Austria is looking to partner with an investment bank to help the operator identify potential acquisitions in Eastern Europe, according to a report in Austrian business newspaper Wirtschaftsblatt. Article

And finally… Samsung is now preparing the Nexus 10? Article

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