Is RIM preparing a prepaid BlackBerry?; AT&T debuts exercise tracker

> Research In Motion plans on introducing a pay-as-you go BlackBerry service, and has readied an internal strategy to pitch the idea to carriers. Article

> RIM's BlackBerry Bold, which AT&T launched yesterday, has already appeared on Wal-Mart's website for free, when bought with a mail-in rebate from the online reseller Let'sTalk. Article; Pictures

> AT&T Mobility and Trimble announced the launch of AllSport GPS, an application that lets users track their exercise activity on certain AT&T phones. Release

> A Nov. 10 launch date for the Samsung Behold from T-Mobile USA has been penciled in, and the phone, with Touchwiz technology, appears to be a rival to the Samsung Delve from Alltel. Article

And finally... An Arkansas owner of a 28-acre cave property, including a gift shop and three caves, is auctioning it off on eBay for $899,999. Article

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