Intel introduces new Quark chip for wearables; Motorola building 100K Moto X units per week

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> Intel CEO Bryan Krzanich promised sub-$100 tablets this holiday season. Article

> Intel also unveiled a new 14-nanometer chipset called Quark designed for wearable computing and the Internet of Things. Article

> Wearables, like Google Glass and Samsung's Galaxy Gear, should have their own cellular connectivity and not just be tethered to a smart phone, according to Glenn Lurie, president of emerging devices at AT&T Mobility. Article

> A Dish Network board member who recently resigned reportedly did so amid a disagreement over the company's handling of a bid for LightSquared, which could deliver hundreds of millions of dollars of personal profits to Dish Chairman Charlie Ergen. Article (sub. req.)

> Verizon Communications' debt offering for its Vodafone purchase could top $49 billion. Article (sub. req.)

> NTT DoCoMo will finally start selling the iPhone in a bid to win back customers. Article

> BlackBerry has signaled it will lobby the Canadian government over foreign-takeover issues as it contemplates a sale of the company. Article

> Motorola Mobility is now shipping 100,000 Moto X phones weekly from its plant in Ft. Worth, Texas. Article

> Motorola may get back into the tablet market. Article

> U.S. Cellular aims to offer LTE in 133 markets by year-end. Article

> Huawei expects to see 10 percent annual revenue growth over next five years. Article

> Sprint MVNO Ting will pay up to $75 per line to cover Early Termination Fees for customers who switch over. Post

> Shares of ARM Holdings rose on predictions it will amass increased royalty payments. Article

> A former Nokia executive has started a company called Newkia to focus on building Android phones. Article

> Sony Mobile Communications' Xperia M is coming to the U.S. market for $250 unlocked. Article

Mobile Content News

> iPhone 5s Touch ID fingerprint sensor points to Apple's mobile payments future. Editor's Corner

> Fast-food giant McDonald's is trialing a new mobile ordering and payment application at selected locations in the Salt Lake City and Austin, Texas markets, Bloomberg reports. Article

> Google continues building out its fledgling Google Play Music All Access streaming music service, adding new genre-specific radio stations. Article

And finally... Apple's competitors react to yesterday's iPhone announcement. Article