Verizon holding LTE event in W.Va.; T-Mobile to launch HTC HD7 Nov. 8

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> Verizon Wireless will hold an event in West Virginia next week to detail its LTE plans in the state. Release

> T-Mobile USA will launch the HTC HD7, one of its Windows Phone 7 devices, on Nov. 8 for $200. Article

> At the 4G World conference, critics of net neutrality urged the FCC to abandon the proposal. Article

> Research In Motion could be a takeover target for Cisco Systems, according to a UBS analyst. Article

> IPWireless signed an agreement with Samsung Electronics to develop and demonstrate phones with broadcast capabilities based on the 3GPP IMB standard. Release

Broadband Wireless news

> Huawei and chip maker Sequans Communications announced a partnership to develop and mature TD-LTE technology for the global market. Article

> Google has indicated it has no plans to resurrect its Street View cars to collect information about the location of WiFi networks.  Article

> T-Mobile said it will add multicarrier HSPA+ next year, doubling its peak download rates to 42 Mbps. Article

Mobile Content news

> Electronic Arts has acquired Chillingo, the U.K.-based publisher of mobile games including the blockbuster Angry Birds. Article

> Nokia will embrace the Qt cross-platform development environment as its sole application creation framework. Article

> Sixty-three percent of iPad owners have downloaded premium applications to the tablet device, according to a new consumer survey published by market research firm Nielsen. Article

European Wireless news

> 3UK has given notice to Ericsson that it plans to terminate a multi-billion service contract when it completes in 2012. Article

> Initial discussions have already taken place between the three leading German operators over the possibility of sharing LTE infrastructure. Article

> E-Plus said that it planned to offer flat rate data packages starting Nov. 1. Article

And finally...
Check out Steve Jobs's business card circa 1979. Article