U.S. Cellular expands at Walmart; T-Mobile's Galaxy Note II will cost $369

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> U.S. Cellular will begin offering its postpaid service in more than 460 Walmart stores across the country. Release

> Deutsche Telekom CEO Rene Obermann expressed confidence that the MetroPCS deal will be approved. Article

> An FCC official tempered enthusiasm over how much spectrum broadcasters will be giving up as part of the commission's incentive auctions. Article

> Motorola Solutions beat analysts' estimates for the third quarter on higher government spending. Article

> In a bid to be more transparent, Huawei offered Australian authorities access to its software codes in a plan to create a product evaluation center. Article

> A Dutch court said Samsung Electronics does not infringe Apple patents for multi-touch techniques. Article

> T-Mobile USA's Samsung Galaxy Note II will cost $369. Article

> Sony Mobile Communications is rumored to be launching a MyXperia cloud service. Article

> Telecommunications companies are banding together to bring virtualization to telco networks. Article

> ST-Ericsson reported a third-quarter adjusted operating loss of $148 million. Release

Mobile Content News

> Facebook said it generated 14 percent of its advertising revenue from mobile during its third quarter. Article

> Yankee Group: Why the operator mobile payment play could and should win. Industry Voices

> Glympse goes social with expanded location sharing app. Developer Workshop

> Google is the target of a new lawsuit alleging its Wallet contactless payment system infringes on a patent issued in late 2007. Article

And finally... People caught cheating on exams in Bangladesh were getting answers on mobile phones that were disguised as wrist watches. Article

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