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> AT&T expanded its lineup of entry-level phones. Article

> Novatel announced an agreement to acquire M2M firm Enfora for $64.5 million. Article

> Japan's DoCoMo is poised to launch its LTE service Dec. 24. Article

> Samsung's Continuum users' manual is now on the Verizon Wireless website. Article

> According to Boy Genus Report, the ZTE Peel will launch on Sprint Nextel Nov. 14. Article

> Ericsson will supply base stations to Japan's Softbank. Article

> Ericsson also won a contract for LTE equipment in Denmark. Article

Mobile Content News

> Motricity signed a deal with Malaysian operator Celcom Axiata to provide mobile Web services to the carrier's subscribers. Article

> Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC is reportedly hiring staffers in preparation for the launch of an online storefront offering mobile applications optimized for the company's Android smartphones. Article

> AT&T officially launched its U-verse Mobile solution across smartphones running Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 operating system. Article

> Apple continues building out its App Store digital storefront, unveiling a new Essentials Hall of Fame section. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The CEO of O2 UK, Ronan Dunne, wants to charge content providers for traffic generated by their websites and services. Article

> Japan's DoCoMo reportedly isn't planning on charging much of a premium over its current 3G offerings when it comes to market with LTE. Article

European Wireless News

> Consumers' enthusiasm for mobile broadband would appear to be unstoppable. Article

> PayPal and Barclaycard released statistics demonstrating the rise in usage of mobile and contactless payment methods in the U.K. Article

> Weak growth in mobile data is dampening the market for LTE. Release

> Telefónica has confirmed it will be ready to offer tailored services to its enterprise customers when it goes live on Jan. 1, 2011. Article

> Two of Europe's leading wireless design houses signed a frame agreement to develop jointly a dual-mode protocol stack solution for LTE/HSPA femtocells. Article

> The European Union backed a project to define security standards for smartphones and tablets within Europe. Article

> Investors are hoping for progress on Vodafone's offloading of its minority holdings. Article

And finally... When a keyboard loves an iPhone. Article

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