iPad maintains dominance in Q3; LTE Samsung Galaxy Note reported bound for AT&T

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@FierceWireless: AT&T awfully picky about the spectrum it claims to need. Article | [email protected]

> IDC said Apple's iPad maintained its dominance in tablets during the third quarter. Article

> LightSquared said it signed an agreement with Quantum Networks that will allow Quantum "to bundle 4G wireless connectivity with its products." Release

> Amazon said it is selling 1 million Kindles per week. Article

> The Samsung Galaxy Note with LTE is reportedly headed to AT&T Mobility next year. Article

> Prepaid wireless services reportedly made major gains this year. Article

> Republic Wireless offered additional clarity on how users can track their usage, and how the company will handle such usage. Post

> C Spire Wireless said it will sell the Sonim XP 3400. Article

> There is still no deal in Congress yet for spectrum auctions. Article

> Pioneer Wireless said it successfully tested its LTE offering through Verizon Wireless' rural LTE licensing program. Article

> The cost of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus for Verizon Wireless continues to fall. Article

> Apple is reportedly planning a 7.85-inch iPad. Article

> A patent dispute involving Sprint Nextel, Kyocera, Sanyo and Palm has been settled. Article

> Microsoft said Motorola Mobility is infringing on its European patents. Article

Mobile Content News

> Rovio Mobile, the Finland-based development firm behind the blockbuster mobile game Angry Birds, is planning an initial public offering on the Hong Kong stock exchange in 2013. Article

> Zynga, the social-gaming company behind FarmVille and Words with Friends, filed its initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Article

> Sen. Al Franken said he is not satisfied with Carrier IQ's responses to his questions. Article

> Swype said its keyboard offering is currently incompatible with Google's Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich software. Article

And finally... Thieves prefer iPhones. Article