Samsung shows off Tizen; Apple starts iPad mini with Retina Display sales

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@FierceWireless: RT @phonescoop: Tizen Wins Support from 36 More Companies: Article[email protected]

> Apple's rumored TV has reportedly been delayed until next year. Article

> Google plans to expand its Glass product into music. Article

> Wearable smart glasses shipments will reach 10 million globally by 2018, according to new predictions by Juniper Research. Release

> Target's $479 iPad Air will include a $100 Black Friday gift card. Article

> ZTE appears to be preparing a tablet for Sprint. Article

> HTC's next rumored flagship phone, the M8, could arrive at U.S. carriers early next year. Article

> The Near Field Communication Forum and the Bluetooth SIG said the established a "formal liaison relationship." Release

> AT&T said it has now deployed 3G small cells in 18 states in the country. Article

> Google Play won't be available on BlackBerry. Article

> Apple is now selling the iPad mini with a Retina Display. Release

> Samsung offered a peak at its new Tizen smartphone platform. Article

> Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 now supports the Vine video sharing app. Post

> Nokia and Samsung say they can't track powered-down phones. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Klamr hopes to integrate social and messaging capabilities with new app. Developer Workshop

> Apple's iOS 6 had the best "cognitive load," or the sum of elements you need to get familiar with in order to use a device spontaneously and intuitively, at 32, according to new findings. Article

Telecom News

> Hawaiian Telecom reported that third-quarter consumer revenues rose 2.4 percent to $35.3 million due to an increase in IPTV and broadband subscribers. Article

> CenturyLink added Denver to its growing IPTV market roster. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network's bet on the Hopper DVR helped it reduce subscriber churn to 1.66 percent in the third quarter, and it picked up 35,000 net pay TV customers. Article

> Cable's share of the broadband market is declining, according to one analyst report, and slower growth is expected. Article

And finally… Check out Apple's planned spaceship headquarters. Article

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