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> North American operator non-voice revenues will approach $100 billion by 2015, according to Juniper Research. Release

> The CEOs of Intel, Microsoft and other high-profile firms are lined up to keynote next year's Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona. Release

> Retailer Target is poised to sell the iPhone. Article

> AT&T announced the acquisition of assets from enterprise mobility company inCompass Wireless. Article

> The Samsung Continuum Galaxy S showed up on Verizon Wireless' website. Article

> The Sony Ericsson Xperia X8 is scheduled to receive an Android 2.1 upgrade this year. Article

> Motorola's Droid 2 is now $150. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks scored a new contract for a network in Afghanistan. Article (sub. req.)

> Computers running Google's Chrome OS are reportedly in the pipeline. Article

Mobile Content News

> Archrivals Apple and Google are reportedly circling around mobile payment solutions firm Boku. Article

> Mobile solutions developer Skyfire will issue its Flash Video-enabled browser for the iPhone Nov. 4. Article

> Twitter is now trialing the Promoted Tweets advertising program in partnership with social media dashboard solutions provider HootSuite. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Apple issued its iOS SDK 4.2 gold master seed to registered iPhone and iPad developers. Article

> How is the youth movement sparking Android? Commentary

> Bookseller Barnes & Noble launched NOOKdeveloper. Article

> Nokia unveiled a project release version of its MeeGo 1.1 operating system. Article

> More than 12,000 Windows Phone 7 developers have now registered to market their applications via Microsoft's Windows Phone Marketplace storefront. Article

> Location-based services provider TeleNav debuted TeleNav Connect and TeleNav Share. Article

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