Intel details its mobile plans; Apple's shares fall on iPhone 5s, 5c release

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> Intel released details on its plans to target smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Post

> Michael Dell has won approval to take Dell private again. Article

> Apple's shares fell after the release of the company's iPhone 5s and 5c. Article

> Engadget visited Google's Motorola Mobility manufacturing facility in Texas for the Moto X. Article

> Amazon appears to be preparing a new version of its Kindle Fire HD. Article

> Sprint reportedly will sell the rumored HTC One Max. Article

> Qualcomm said it will buy back $5 billion in stock. Release

> T-Mobile US increased the amount of hotspot data available to its unlimited data smartphone subscribers. Article

> Samsung's next-generation Galaxy smartphones will feature 64-bit computing. Article

Mobile Content News

> Microsoft is reportedly working on a Siri-type personal digital assistant named Cortana that would be available on the company's Windows Phone platform. Article

> Genband acquired fring in a move the company said will help its carrier customers address the over-the-top messaging threat. Article

> "Home is slower rolling out than I would have hoped," said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Mobile operators are not going to suddenly stop investing in their networks once they've fully deployed LTE, said Jay Brown, CFO of tower company Crown Castle International. Article

> A court ruled that Google could be held liable for civil damages sought by a class-action lawsuit brought against it for secretly intercepting data on open Wi-Fi routers. Article

> What are the top five things missing from Apple's new iPhones? Editor's Corner

European Wireless News

> UK operators Vodafone and EE have been quick to indicate they will offer the latest Apple iPhones on their LTE networks, rounding off a week of announcements that have seen both operators vying for subscribers to their "4G" plans. Article

> Apple's iPhones 5c and 5s support more LTE bands in Europe. Article

And finally… AT&T apologized for its 9/11 Tweet. Article