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Tuesday Apple Rumors: DoCoMo Deal Drives Japan iPhone Surge

Apple iPhone sales soar in Japan after NTT DoCoMo deal; China Mobile says no iPhone deal yet; and suspected thief arrested at Apple's new HQ site. More 

Wednesday Apple Rumors: Foxconn Moves to 24-Hour iPhone 5s Production

Foxconn is making 500,000 iPhone 5s units a day; China Mobile to launch iPhones on Dec. 18; and Retina iPad Mini production surges. More 

Tuesday Apple Rumors: Apple Stores Sell 11% of U.S. Retail Cell Phones

Apple Stores sell 11% of U.S. retail cell phones; Samsung motion to stay patent damages rejected; and another Apple supplier hit with labor abuse charges. More 

Friday Apple Rumors: New iPhones to Launch on China Mobile Next Month

China Mobile expected to announce iPhone launch in December; Apple testing iPhone with 4.9-inch screen; and jury awards Apple $290 million against Samsung. More 

FCC Considers Allowing Cell Phone Calls on Planes

Federal regulators are considering a change that would permit cell phone use when airplanes are flying above 10,000 feet. More 

Why Carriers Oppose ‘Kill Switch’ for Stolen Smartphones

San Francisco's district attorney says that wireless carriers have rejected kill switch smartphone anti-theft technology from Samsung. More 

T-Mobile Wants to Buy Verizon’s Unused Spectrum

T-Mobile is looking to purchased wireless spectrum from Verizon Wireless to increase its network capacity. More