White iPhone 4 delayed until 2011; T-Mobile to offer Samsung GalaxyTab Nov. 10

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> CommScope agreed to a $3.9 billion merger with The Carlyle Group. Release

> ZTE posted weaker-than-expected finances. Article

> T-Mobile USA will release the Samsung GalaxyTab tablet Nov. 10. Release

> Sprint Nextel opened a machine-to-machine center in California. Article

> Research In Motion added the new 9780 Bold to its BlackBerry lineup. Article

> Modem makers Huawei and Option will team on research and development. Article

> Engadget reported on a possible PlayStation phone. Article

> Apple's white iPhone? It's delayed until the spring of 2011. Article

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> Financial services giant American Express hired former Sprint Nextel/Virgin Mobile USA chief operations officer David Messenger. Article

> Bookseller Barnes & Noble introduced the NOOKcolor, a touchscreen ereader tablet. Article

> Worldwide mobile advertising revenues will reach $3.5 billion in 2010, according to research firm Informa Telecoms & Media. Article

> PayPal launched Mobile Express Checkout, which it said is a secure, two-click payment tool. Article

And finally... Time dug into cell phone safety and what the FCC didn't test. Article

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