Fon scores Wi-Fi deal with AT&T; ITC rules that HTC infringes on Nokia patents

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@FierceWireless: China to relax web censorship in the name of economic growth. Article via @verge[email protected]

> Nokia is expected to release its Lumia 1520 phablet at an event Oct. 22 in Abu Dhabi. Article

> Nokia Chairman Risto Siilasmaa admitted he misspoke when he said former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop's $25 million payout he will receive upon returning to Microsoft was part of a contract that was "substantially the same as previous Nokia chief executives.'" Article

> ZTE's Firefox OS phones will be available in the United States next year. Article

> Government regulators ruled that most medical apps don't need regulation. Article

> New BlackBerry phones continue to pop up. Article

> The iPhone 5s outsold the 5c by a factor of 3.4x this past weekend, according to Localytics. Article

> Sprint CTO Stephen Bye promises "augmented reality, real-time natural language translation, streaming video, facial recognition, secure remote access, intelligent presence, voice, visual and movement based pattern recognition, mobile concierge, biomedical monitoring, multi-party streaming video and more" in the future. Post

> According to a new report, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint are paid several hundred million dollars per year by the National Security Agency for access to their traffic. Article

> Fon scored a Wi-Fi deal with AT&T. Article

> An update to the Moto X's software reportedly improved its camera. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that HTC infringed on Nokia patents. Article

> HTC is reportedly suffering from supply constraints for its One mini smartphone. Article

> Sprint and Techstars announced the launch of a startup accelerator for mobile health. Release

> LightSquared's lenders objected to the independent director tasked with overseeing a sale of the company. Article (sub. req.)

> C Spire Wireless announced plans for an "aggressive" deployment of "Ultra High-Speed 1 Gbps Consumer Fiber to the Home Service." Release

> nTelos Wireless said it will offer the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c starting Oct. 1. Release

Mobile Content News

> Facebook is launching a new payments tool enabling consumers to make purchases within mobile applications using their Facebook login information. Article

> Over-the-top messaging application LINE is adding a new video calling feature as well as short video sharing tools reminiscent of Twitter's Vine video app. Article

> BlackBerry said its cross-platform Messenger chat applications for Google's Android and Apple's iOS are on hold for at least a week after an unreleased version of the Android app leaked online. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Security firm NQ Mobile is turning its focus to gaming with "Gods & Dragons" for iOS. Developer Workshop

> According to a new report, app users warming up to "value exchange" ads. Article

And finally… A former Apple executive said the company started developing "iGlasses," a Google Glass-style product, in 2006. Article

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