HTC could be working on an Android smart watch; ZTE forecasts 2013 profit

Quick news from around the Web.

@FierceWireless: Microsoft tests eyewear to rival Google Glass Article[email protected]

> HTC is reportedly working on an Android-based smart watch for release by the second half of 2014. Article

> ZTE said it would post a net profit for 2013, swinging back from a loss in 2012. Article

> RadioShack is reportedly getting a financial boost from GE Capital just ahead of the holiday shopping season. Article (sub. req.)

> Sprint's Virgin Mobile prepaid brand appears to be doing away with unlimited WiMAX data for its mobile broadband plans. Article

> A rudimentary URL hack may have exposed texting data for tens of millions of Verizon Wireless customers, according to a report from security researcher Prvsec. Article

>  Quality One Wireless announced that it has finalized is acquisition of Personal Communications Devices. Release

> ARM Holdings saw its stock fall the most in more than a year after the chip designer reported third-quarter royalty revenue that rose less than analysts estimated. Article

>  Dell's "Project Ophelia" Android device showed up at the FCC as the Wyse Cloud Connect. The device is reportedly an Android-based gadget that will plug into a display's HDMI port so that it can run applications or access files stored remotely. Article

> LG Electronics looks set to launch its first Chrome OS devices. Article

Developer News

> What's the real reason Facebook bought Onavo? Editor's Corner

> What developers  are saying about Windows Phone 8 Version 3. Article

> YouTube became the top free iOS app in September, displacing former No. 1 Despicable Me: Minion Rush, which dropped to No. 4, according to a new report from Distimo. Article

And finally… T-Mobile US John Legere tweeted how he loves his Samsung Galaxy Note…from his iPhone. Article

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