Isis will start trials Oct. 22; Apple's iPhone 5 may still have supply problems

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@FierceWireless: FCC approves AT&T's 2.3 GHz WCS spectrum plan. Article | [email protected]

> Mobile commerce venture Isis has confirmed it will begin consumer trials next week. Article

> Great Britain's Court of Appeals upheld a decision that Samsung's Galaxy tablet does not infringe upon Apple's patents. Article

> Analysts continue to fret over potential supply constraints for Apple's iPhone 5. Article

> Tower firms Crown Castle and American Tower are likely to benefit from Softbank's acquisition of Sprint. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Qualcomm Atheros' hybrid chipset that combines Wi-Fi and HomePlug powerline communication technologies is enabling a new segment of Wi-Fi range extenders based on the IEEE P1905.1 standard. Article

> Accedian Networks, is targeting the small cell backhaul market with its NanoNID, a USB stick-size network interface device designed to provide remote troubleshooting, performance measuring and capacity planning for small cells, mobile backhaul and CPE networks. Article

> AT&T's decision to offer Apple's FaceTime video calling feature over cellular at no extra charge only to its Mobile Share data plan customers has led one consumer to file a formal complaint with the FCC. Article

> T-Mobile's Neville Ray talks about the company's plans to use MetroPCS' DAS to expand its coverage. Interview

> In its first Wi-Fi product launch since acquiring BelAir Networks in April, Ericsson released a stadium-optimized Wi-Fi solution for mobile operators. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple reportedly has acquired embattled video-sharing startup Color Labs, which this week denied it is closing its doors. Article

> eBay credits mobile user growth and PayPal for boosting its third quarter revenues. Article

> Facebook is opening its mobile ad program to all developer partners. Article

European Wireless News

> TeliaSonera said that it will cut 2,000 jobs after reporting third-quarter earnings that undershot analysts' estimates. Article

> The French government is concerned over the possible sale of Vivendi's SFR. Article

> An analyst says Rich Communication Suite mobile messages will generate 83 billion messages per year within five years. Article

> Theories of harm arising from recent disputes with standards-essential patents are poorly substantiated and contradicted by market facts and figures. Commentary

And finally... Internet jokesters are making the most of the "women in a binder" comment in Tuesday's presidential debate. Article

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