U.S. Cellular checks in with $69.99 plan; Nokia wins at ITC against Apple

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> Simplexity's Wirefly service will offer cloud-based phone backup services from Spare Backup. Release

> U.S. Cellular introduced a new $69.99 service plan. Release

> Nokia scored support from ITC staff in its legal tussle with Apple. Article

> The ITC will investigate Microsoft's patent claims against Motorola. Article

> Palm Pre 2 pre-orders will open Nov. 8. Article

> Alvarion posted a third-quarter loss. Article

> Samsung said it will offer a Super AMOLED screen for tablets. Article

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> LG will offer 10 free apps to buyers of its Windows Phone 7 devices. Article

> Motricity posted a rise in revenue. Article

> Two of the mobile gaming segment's premier publishers, Glu Mobile and Electronic Arts, reported their respective quarterly earnings. Article

> Apple will extend the length of iTunes song preview samples from 30 seconds to 90 seconds. Article

And finally... T-Mobile USA rips into AT&T Mobility with new myTouch 4G ad. Video

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