Verizon is making changes to its privacy policy; Rovio may file an IPO

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> Wi-Fi base station maker Ubiquiti Networks lowered the price of its IPO to $15 to $17 per share, down from its previous estimate of $20 to $22 per share. Article

> Four out of ten smartphone and tablet owners across the U.S. access their devices each day while watching television according to new data published by Nielsen. Article

> Verizon Wireless is making changes to its privacy policy. Article

> LightSquared accused the GPS industry of trying to manufacture a political scandal to discredit his wireless company. Article

> Sprint Nextel Corp. and Cellular South Inc. asked for access to confidential information that AT&T Inc. gave the Justice Department in its probe of AT&T's proposed merger with T-Mobile USA Inc. Article

Mobile Content News

> Rovio Entertainment, maker of the Angry Birds game, may file an IPO in 2012. Article

> MetroPCS partnered with SA Studios Global on a new special edition Huawei M835 Android handset designed by tokidoki. Release

> CTIA Enterprise & Applications show is about people from all walks of industry coming together to explore how mobile technology can reshape their business. Commentary

> eBay will integrate image recognition capabilities into future version of its mobile applications. Article

> Foursquare rolled out version 4.0 of its iOS application and introduced Radar, a new tool that recommends nearby points of interest based on the user's existing contacts list, To-Do list and related app features. Article

> CTIA introduced BeSeen, a new application designed to help teenagers better understand the dangers inherent in social networking. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> LightSquared said gear to solve the interference problem between the company's LTE network in the S-band and GPS receivers could cost the GPS industry $400 million. Article

> BelAir Networks introduced an LTE/3G/Wi-Fi metrocell that includes integrated wireless backhaul for small-cell outdoor deployments. Article

European Wireless News

> Nokia is preparing to announce better-than-expected third quarter figures, according to stock market analysts at investment bank Nomura. Article

> Telefónica's O2 UK is challenging Skype and Google Voice with the launch of O2 Connect, which will offer free calls to handsets and landline phones. Article

> Fears that France Telecom's sale of its Swiss subsidiary will not attract sufficient interest has led the company to prepare pre-arranged financing packages for potential buyers. Article

> Everything Everywhere is negotiating with the EU to delay the sale of spectrum it was ordered to relinquish as a condition of the Orange UK and T-Mobile UK merger. Article

And finally... Robert Galvin, the former CEO of Motorola, has died. Article