Verizon to launch BlackBerry Z30 in November; Google may be working on a smart watch

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> Google is reportedly readying its own smart watch for mass production. Article

> Google Glass 2 is coming, and will finally be compatible with prescription glasses. Article

> Verizon Wireless will launch the BlackBerry Z30 in early November. Article

> Verizon's same-day phone delivery service now available in New York City, Dallas, Pittsburgh and San Francisco. Post

> iPad Air supplies are reportedly expected to be plentiful at launch. Article

> Will Apple have enough supplies to meet demand for the iPad mini with Retina Display? Article

> Nvidia said that hundreds of new games not originally designed for its Shield gaming console will now be compatible with Shield. Post

> Australia's newly elected conservative government is upholding a ban on Huawei from bidding for work on the country's $38 billion National Broadband Network. Article

> First Data acquired customer loyalty startup Perka. Release

Mobile Developer News

>  Microsoft's Frank Shaw draws developer heckling over iWork postArticle

> What the Ubuntu opportunity looks like for mobile app developers. Article

> When does an app 'hobbyist' become an app developer? Editor's Corner

> InMobi: App interstitial ads converting for developers, publishers. Article

And finally... The Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 could be announced in Tel-Aviv on Nov. 5.  Article

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