AT&T announces deal with América Móvil; T-Mobile US' advertising against AT&T 'flawed'

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> AT&T made a series of important announcements, including a new interconnection deal with América Móvil, a cloud-services agreement with Microsoft, a mobile application development agreement with SAP and a new enterprise-focused Application Programming Interface (API) program. Release

> Huawei expects to score $2 billion in revenues this year from selling 4G equipment. Article

> Leap Wireless investors will vote on the carrier's proposed sale to AT&T on Oct. 24. Article

> Sprint's Virgin Mobile is offering a device trade-in program. Article

> National Advertising Division said T-Mobile US' advertising against AT&T Mobility is "flawed." Article

> Verizon Wireless appears to be refusing to activate Google's new Nexus 7 tablet. Article

> Ericsson will open its North American headquarters in Plano, Texas, on Friday. Article

> Apkudo announced its new "Approved for Accessories" program. Release

> AT&T said it will launch the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini on Sept. 27. Release

> The Near Field Communication Forum announced Paula Hunter as its new executive director. Release

> Vodafone appears to be preparing to release a smartphone carrying its own brand. Article

Mobile Content News

> Capital One is ending its support for Isis, the Near Field Communications-based mobile commerce network spearheaded by Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile US. Article

> Google is extending its Wallet mobile commerce platform to all smartphones running Android 2.3 and higher, eliminating a requirement that compatible devices must contain a Near Field Communications chip with a secure element. Article

> AT&T Mobility unveiled an enterprise-focused application programming interface program enabling customers, wholesale collaborators and solution providers to leverage the operator's network capabilities to create and deploy new mobile applications. Article

And finally… Elon Musk is building a self-driving car. Article