Centennial presses FCC on AT&T deal; BCE, Telus to get iPhone

> Centennial Communications representatives told the FCC to take all steps necessary to act as soon as possible on AT&T's proposed acquisition of the company. Article

> BCE's Bell Canada and Telus will begin offering the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS in November, breaking Rogers Wireless' exclusive grip on Apple's smartphone. Article

> Clearwire tapped Alvarion and ZTE as network infrastructure suppliers for its planned WiMAX network in Spain. Article

> Samsung Electronics said its third quarter earnings will likely come in higher than market expectations. Article

> HTC posted a decline in profit in the third quarter, its fifth straight quarterly profit decline. Article

> Palm added the first premium applications to its Palm App Catalog for webOS. Article

> Research In Motion announced the beta release of its BlackBerry Widget Software Development Kit. Article

> Adobe said it will will enable coders to create iPhone and iPod touch applications via its Flash Professional CS5 developer tool. Article

And finally... Verizon Wireless tweaked rival AT&T Mobility and the popular iPhone commercials by launching a commercial touting Verizon's 3G network with the tagline, "There's a map for that." Video

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