Oct. 4 launch hinted for iPhone 5; AT&T to sell faster HP TouchPad

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@FierceWireless: RT @IntoMobile: Europe's five major operators don't like the official NFC logo, start project to redesign it. Article | [email protected]

> Leap Wireless' Cricket said it expanded its roaming agreement with Sprint Nextel to include mobile broadband. Article

> Time Warner Cable promoted Michael Roudi as head of its wireless efforts. Article

> New documents hint at a possible Oct. 4 launch date for the new iPhone. Article

> AT&T Mobility introduced new global data plans. Release

> The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play appears headed for AT&T Mobility. Article

> A faster Hewlett-Packard TouchPad is coming to AT&T Mobility. Post

> Nokia and Siemens said they are finished trying to sell off parts of Nokia Siemens Networks to private equity. Release

> T-Mobile USA will use a new caller ID service from Cequint. Article

> Verizon Wireless opened its new LTE Innovation Center. Article

> Jawbone scored $70 million. Article (sub. req.)

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> Sprint Nextel launched a business app store. Article

> Google announced it upgraded its Android Market to support video rentals, among other features. Article

> Electronic Arts purchased PopCap. Article

> Facebook expanded its mobile offering to additional, low-end phones. Article

And finally... Nokia Live View: Because exploring points of interest using augmented reality is cool, right? Video

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