T-Mobile reportedly planning iPhone announcement; Dish's Ergen rumored to schedule FCC meeting

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> FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has earned mixed reviews for his cautious style. Article

> CTIA announced its enterprise-focused MobileCon show will be held in San Jose, Calif., next year, Oct. 16-18. Release

> Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen will reportedly meet with FCC officials Thursday about the company's LTE Advanced plans. Article

> AT&T Mobility said it will soon begin selling the rugged push-to-talk Samsung Rugby III. Article

> Verizon Wireless' Samsung Galaxy Note II will be available Nov. 29. Article

> T-Mobile USA could soon announce plans to sell the Apple iPhone. Article

> The iPhone 5 is scheduled for a December launch in China. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks will close a plant in Germany. Article

> Dell could purchase a stake in Sharp. Article

Mobile Content News

> Isis expanded its office in Dallas. Article

> Research In Motion updated its BlackBerry 10 software development kit. Article

> Twenty percent of all impressions across the Millennial Media mobile advertising platform now originate from non-phone connected devices such as tablets and e-readers, a year-over-year increase of 6 percentage points. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Customer data is no longer a profit model for LTE. Industry Voices

> Sprint Nextel is one of a trio of operators joining UK-based startup Voiamo's Globalgig roaming service, which launches today and promises to sharply reduce mobile data charges for international travelers. Article

> The same issues keep hounding Sprint Nextel and Clearwire. Editor's Corner

> Recent announcements from Africa and the Middle East show that WiMAX still has legs as carriers, vendors and governments pursue deployment of the technology in that region and the WiMAX Forum prepares to holds its first Middle East-focused event. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone's existing credit rating of A- is increasingly dependent on future dividends from its Verizon Wireless joint venture, according to a warning from Fitch Ratings. Article

> Spain's three largest operators are banding together to launch rich communication services (RCS) in an effort to compete with OTT providers such as Skype, Viber and WhatsApp. Article

And finally… Palm's webOS will live on as an Android app. Article