Dell ditches smartphone market; Samsung reportedly at work on Galaxy Note III

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@FierceWireless: RT@engadget: Blackberry 10 SDK reveals tight Evernote integration. Article | [email protected]

> The FCC's ruling on Dish Network's spectrum gives Dish a significant advantage. Article

> Samsung is the world's No. 1 vendor of femtocells, according to Infonetics Research. Release

> HTC's chief product officer discusses Windows Phone. Article

> AT&T launched LTE in another eight markets. Article

> Dell is quitting the global smartphone market. Article

> The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency will test Research In Motion's BlackBerry 10 platform. Article

> A U.S. senator is urging the FAA to relax its rules on electronics use on airplanes. Article

> Samsung is reportedly at work on a Galaxy Note III with a 6.3-inch screen. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google is introducing 'confirmed clicks' functionality into all in-app image ad banners optimized for smartphones, a move designed to reduce the number of accidental clicks. Article

> Amazon is rolling out new push messaging capabilities enabling Kindle Fire application developers to alert their customers to software updates and new features. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Apple is still restricting the iPhone 5 to approved LTE networks. Article

> Can Gen Y keep mobile broadband from the fiscal cliff? Editor's Corner

> Jibe Mobile closed an $8.3 million financing round--with strategic investments from Vodafone Ventures, Tokyo-based game creator MTI and other unnamed investors. Article

European Wireless News

> EE in the United Kingdom will launch LTE in 35 locations by March. Article

> Bouygues Telecom is asking the Commercial Court of Paris to award damages of €98 million after suing rival Iliad's Free Mobile for "defamation and unfair competition." Article

> The United Kingdom's four largest operators will now have BT as potential rival bidder in the upcoming UK LTE auction. Article

And finally… Samsung's chief strategy officer is an Apple fan. Article