ZTE Chorus arrives at Cricket; Google promises Galaxy Nexus fix

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@FierceMobiCo: Study: Mobile shopping will be popular during the holiday season. Article | [email protected]

> Amazon could sell 12 million Kindle Fires next year. Article

> An attempt to gain more spectrum for mobile broadband appears stuck in Congress' deficit-reduction breakdown. Article (sub. req.)

> Cricket provider Leap Wireless announced the ZTE Chorus with Muve Music. Release

> Samsung announced a major new advertising push. Release

> Investors continue to batter Research In Motion for a management change. Article

> Analysts believe Clearwire's warning on debt payments could be a ploy to gain a deal with Sprint Nextel. Article

> Google confirmed it will fix the volume bug in the Galaxy Nexus. Article

> Two U.S. malls plan to track shoppers' travels via their cell phones during Black Friday. Article

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> Apple will allow application game makers to bill users via a re-occurring subscription, a major reversal on Apple's previously established business approach. Article

> The Windows Phone Marketplace continues to see major growth. Post

> Microsoft has acquired video discovery technology company VideoSurf, a move to enhance and evolve search across its entertainment platform. Article

> Verizon Wireless updated its Messages app. Article

And finally... Samsung blasts the iPhone with new ad. Video

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