LG Optimus L9 heading to T-Mobile for $79; Nexus 4 from LG may drop Oct. 29

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@FierceWireless: RT@verge: AT&T's Galaxy Note II coming on November 9th for $299.99. Article | [email protected]

> LG reportedly plans to release its Nexus 4 Oct. 29. Article

> Research In Motion executives disclosed additional details of the company's enterprise sales plans. Article

> Strategy Analytics predicts 104 million cellular M2M modules will ship next year. Release

> Apple is expected to announce a smaller iPad, a 13-inch Macbook Pro and iTunes 11 later today. Article

> The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said it will drop BlackBerry in favor of iPhone. Article

> Amazon said its new Kindle Fire HD is a top seller. Article

> T-Mobile USA will sell the LG Optimus L9 for $79.99. Article

> Samsung said it is still supplying LCD panels to Apple. Article

> ARM Holdings reported a boost in its financials due to sales of smartphones and tablets. Article

> Texas Instruments' financial forecast was below some expectations. Article

Mobile Content News

> Around 61 percent of iOS users have upgraded to version 6 of the platform. Article

> Amazon is rolling out a new Kindle Fire HD software update giving parents greater control over how their children use the popular tablet. Article

> Google is expanding its Wallet contactless payment service to regional operator MetroPCS, hinting that a forthcoming revamp of the solution may also introduce support for Apple's rival iPhone. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Glympse is going social with its expanded location sharing app. Developer Workshop

> Gamers are ditching consoles in favor of their smartphones faster than ever before, according to the latest research from NPD Group. Article

And finally… Actor Kevin Bacon will help sell EE service in the United Kingdom. Article

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