BlackBerry disavows fake BBM app reviews; NQ Mobile denies allegations that company is falsifying sales figures

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> Verizon Wireless introduced a number of new features to its cloud-based Verizon Messaging service. Article

> CommScope is now trading on Wall Street under the COMM ticker. Release

> BlackBerry said it does "not approve of or condone" any fake reviews of its cross-platform BlackBerry Messenger app. Article

> Bluegrass Cellular said it would sell Apple's new iPad Air. Page

> Shares of CommScope rose slightly after the company's initial public offering raised a total of $576.9 million. The IPO of 38.5 million shares priced at $15 each, below CommScope's expectations. Article

> Mobile security company NQ Mobile denied allegations that the company is falsifying its sales figures. Article

> Samsung is expected a $1.4 billion dividend payment due to its transaction with Corning. Article

> Amazon beat Wall Street expectations with $17.1 billion in revenue in the third quarter. Article

> Twitter's shares will go for between $17 and $20 when the company launches its initial public offering. Article

> Microsoft's sales in the enterprise offset the company's slowdown in PC sales, resulting in a solid quarter for the company. Article

> Zynga reported a loss that was smaller than expected in its most recent quarter. Article

> AT&T Mobility will sell Samsung's Ativ S Neo Windows Phone smartphone for $99 with a two-year contract. Article

Cable News

> aioTV, a startup technology firm whose board members include longtime Time Warner Cable engineer John Callahan, said three of the top five major MSOs are conducting lab tests on its new IP video set-top, which can deliver both live TV and online video content. Article

> According to AT&T's John Stephens, the carrier's 45 Mbps U-verse service is driving "significant" churn reduction. Article

Online Video News

> How big can Netflix get? Editor's Corner

Telecom News

> Ihab Tarazi, who is known in the telecom industry for his work at Verizon, has begun writing a new chapter in his telecom career by taking on the CTO position at Equinix. Article

And finally… Former Apple executive Steve Wozniak said he's not impressed with the company's new iPad Air. Article

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