Verizon will sell GalaxyTab for $600; MetroPCS lights up LTE in Detroit

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> Verizon Wireless said it will start selling Samsung's GalaxyTab Tablet Nov. 11 for $600. Release

> MetroPCS launched LTE service in Detroit, its third LTE market. Article

> Nokia may report its lowest third-quarter profit since 2001 when it posts earnings. Article

> ZTE said it will launch up to six more tablets next year. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks and Qualcomm collaborated on a solution to increase phone battery life. Article

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Yahoo Mobile's David Katz became the latest high-ranking mobile executive to exit the beleaguered digital services provider. Article

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Amazon.com issued an early preview of its latest Kindle ereader software, requesting that consumers trial the update and provide feedback prior to its official launch. Article

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Mobile barcode scanning solutions provider NeoMedia Technologies named Laura Marriott as acting CEO. Article

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