LG Optimus T for T-Mobile going for $30; Apple's white iPhone peeks out

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> Garmin said it will expand its mobile application development efforts after agreeing to halt its branded smartphone partnership with manufacturer Asus. Article

> Silicon technology vendor ARM reported higher profits in the third quarter. Article

> Apple's white iPhone peeked out from the company's website. Article

> The LG Optimus T for T-Mobile USA is to retail for $30. Article

> Texas Instruments reported a surge in third quarter net income. Article

> According to Boy Genius Report, the Motorola Olympus Android phone is headed to AT&T. Article

> Chinese vendor ZTE purchased $3 billion worth of semiconductors from the likes of Qualcomm and Texas Instruments. Release

> Canada's Rogers reported a weak third quarter. Article

Mobile Content News

> AdMob is introducing new interactive video and interactive interstitial ad units. Article

> Research In Motion launched the updated Facebook for BlackBerry v1.9 social networking application. Article

> Andy Seybold on tablets in business. Commentary

Mobile Developer News

> Where does Symbian go from here? Commentary

> More than half of survey respondents said qualified mobile software designers and engineers are "scarce." Article

> Google reports its Android Market now boasts more than 100,000 apps. Article

> Hewlett-Packard touted webOS 2.0 as a more open developer experience. Article

> Research In Motion introduced its new BlackBerry Tablet OS software development kit. Article

And finally... It looks like the FCC bungled a key figure in one of its reports. Article

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