U.S. Cellular prices iPhone 5s, 5c; Nokia's Elop reportedly a finalist for Microsoft CEO slot

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> U.S. Cellular said that starting Friday it will sell the iPhone 5s for $199.99 for the 16GB model, $299.99 for the 32GB model and $399.99 for the 64GB model. The carrier's iPhone 5c will be available for $99.99 for the 16GB model and $199.99 for the 32GB model. In addition, iPhone 4s will be available for $.01. Release

> Time Warner Cable is offering a Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet to customers who upgrade their services. Release

> Nokia's Stephen Elop and Ford's Alan Mulally are reportedly among the five people in the running for the top spot at Microsoft. Article

> Apple provided details on how it handles its customers' personal data. Article

> In his inaugural address, incoming FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler promised to promote competition. Speech

> AT&T Mobility will sell Nokia's Lumia 1520 for $199 with a contract starting Nov. 15. Article

> Intel announced its new IOT Solutions Group business unit to address the wearable technology market. Article

> T-Mobile US said it sold more tablets on the launch day of the new iPad Air than in the entire previous quarter. Article

> Huawei's CEO said that "most countries" trust the company. Article

> Amdocs said it will purchase Celcite for $129 million. Article

> Sprint and Vantiv announced the release of what they described as "an innovative tablet-based, cloud-connected point-of-sale (POS) system." Release

> Cisco invested in Wilocity in order to address the enterprise market for Wi-Fi. Article

> According to new findings from analyst firm Juniper Research, mobile augmented reality users will number 200 million globally by 2018. Release

Telecom News

> Frontier Communications added nearly 26,800 new broadband customers in Q3 2013, illustrating the third consecutive quarter of subscriber growth. Article

> C Spire has begun the next stage of building out its statewide fiber to the home (FTTH) network, naming nine Mississippi city and town finalists that will get the 1 Gbps-capable service. Article

Cable News

> DirecTV hopes to be the first pay TV provider to sell 4K Ultra HD programming and expects 4K will have a material impact on its balance sheet within three years, CEO Mike White said Tuesday. Article

> Charter will target businesses with its initial Wi-Fi rollout. Article

And finally… Apple shut down a website that helps people find Apple products. Article