AT&T inks LTE roaming deal with Rogers; Nokia may pay $369M in India to unfreeze assets

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@FierceWireless: RT @phonescoop: Qualcomm Intros 64-Bit Snapdragon 410 with Built-In LTE: Article[email protected]

> The overseer of struggling Mobilicity extended by a week a deadline for bids on the company. Article

> Nokia reportedly offered $369 million to release its assets in India. Article

> The former Apple executive Scott Forstall is reportedly advising startups and focusing on philanthropy. Article

> ZTE reported record-breaking sales of its new nubia smartphone in China. Release

> AT&T announced LTE roaming into Canada with a deal with Rogers. Release

Mobile Developer News

> According to the Mobile Entertainment Forum, mobile content purchase volumes fell for first time ever, to 42 percent. Article

> Developers speculate on why Apple purchased Topsy. Article

Telecom News

> The FCC is halting AT&T's request to stop offering long-term contracts and the associated discounts on TDM-based special access circuits it sells to CLECs and wireless operators, at least for five months. Article

> Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is dedicating $10 million in the state's fiscal 2014 capital plan to enhance residential broadband connectivity in the western part of the state, reports the Berkshire Eagle. Article

And finally… Google's barge is on "hiatus." Article