Microsoft's Steven Sinofsky leaves company; Verizon to sell HTC Droid DNA for $199

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@FierceWireless: RT@CNETNews: AT&T prices the One X+ at $199 and the One VX at $49. Both go on sale November 16. Article[email protected]

> Sprint Nextel said it will sell the ZTE-made Sprint Flash Android smartphone for $129.99. Post

> Verizon Wireless will sell the 5-inch HTC Droid DNA for $199.99 starting Nov. 21. Article

> T-Mobile USA is selling the Samsung Galaxy S III for free with a service contract. Release

> InterDigital expects fourth quarter 2012 revenue to be between $62 million and $64 million. Release

> Verizon Wireless said it will expand its LTE network to new markets this month. Article

> AT&T Mobility will sell the Samsung Galaxy Camera for $499.99. Release

> Texas Instruments announced six new multicore System-on-Chips (SoCs), based on its KeyStone architecture. Release

> Apple said some employees can work on select side projects. Article (sub. req.)

> Steven Sinofsky, who was in charge of Windows for Microsoft, has left the company. Article

Mobile Content News

> Visa announced its V.me digital wallet has exited beta, touting support from more than 50 financial institutions as well as close to two dozen merchant partners. Article

> Google is rolling out a new version of its YouTube application for Android that enables users to find videos on their smartphone or tablet, and then send content to their Google TV with the click of a button. Article

> Bank of America is the latest entrant into the booming mobile payments processing segment. The company announced today it will introduce the Mobile Pay on Demand platform Dec. 3. Article

Mobile Developer News

> There shouldn't be problems with app installs. Editor's Corner

> Venture capital money is flowing into mobile app tools and analytics. Article

And finally… Apple recorded double the square-footage retail sales of Tiffany's. Article

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