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> Intel said there won't be any MeeGo devices until 2011. Article

> Apple is reportedly getting ready to produce 45 million iPads next year. Article

> Sprint Nextel detailed its M2M advancements. Release

> Rogers announced it will conduct a technical LTE trial in Canada. Release

> Engadget reported T-Mobile USA is preparing new prepaid plans. Article

> Samsung's profits missed estimates. Article

> Filings could point to new Palm hardware. Article

Mobile Content News

> Google added its Goggles visual search solution to its Google Mobile App for iPhone. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent unveiled its new Digital Media Store mobile marketplace effort. Article

> Opera teamed with Netsweeper for mobile content filtering. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Cisco announced a slew of new products and services associated with its Borderless Network Architecture. Article

> T-Mobile USA extended WiFi calling to several Android-based smartphones. Article

> BridgeWave Communications expanded its FlexPort product family into the microwave domain. Article

> Cognitive radio company xG Technology will deploy on a trial basis its xMax cognitive mobile network over a large part of the U.S. Army's Fort Bliss Desert Training areas. Article

European Wireless News

> Nokia Siemens Networks said it won 17 contracts for LTE networks. Article

> Using the well-established base of GSM built up over the past 20 years, the embedded mobile M2M market is now poised for rapid acceleration. Article

> Vodafone is reportedly preparing to start selling the iPhone 4 across Germany Oct. 28. Article

> Mobile users in France and the U.K. show a clear preference for using mobile browsers to access the Internet rather than apps. Article

> Germany's E-Plus aims to grow its market share by aggressively cutting data pricing. Article

> i3 Group will trial WiMAX in North Wales. Article

And finally... An umbilical cord iPhone charger...gross. Article

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