Nokia Lumia 710 could be heading to T-Mobile USA; Samsung Focus S, Flash bound for AT&T

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> AT&T Mobility will launch the Samsung Focus S and the Samsung Focus Flash Nov. 6. Article

> The Nokia Lumia 710 Windows Phone appears to be heading to T-Mobile USA. Article

> AT&T Mobility plans to sell modules for exercise that will monitor the wearer's vitals. Article

Mobile Content News

> Vodafone India unveiled its new Vodafone Mobile Application Store, powered by white-label mobile app storefront provider Appia. Article

> Verizon Wireless is introducing UpNext HD Maps, a free application touting mapping and navigation tools optimized for tablets running Google's Android mobile operating system. Article

> Videogame retail chain GameStop is now selling gamer-optimized tablets running Google's Android mobile operating system, rolling out the devices in time for the fast-approaching holiday shopping season. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> ZTE said it won't seek U.S. infrastructure deals. Article

> Greenpacket announced its momentum in the European WiMAX market, highlighting device deals with Italy's Aira and Bulgaria's Max Telecom. Article

> LightSquared announced another GPS fix. Article

European Wireless News

> Nokia's Windows Phones are the first step in the company's long journey. Editor's Corner

> Speaking prior to announcing the third-quarter results for Everything Everywhere CEO Olaf Swantee took the opportunity to criticize the company's brand name. Article

> France Telecom Orange reported a decline in third quarter revenues due to lower sales in its home market and the lack of an iPhone refresh. Article

And finally... Android pumpkins. Article

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