Photos of Verizon's Nokia Lumia 822 are leaked; Amazon gets OK to sell Kindle Fire with LTE

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@FierceWireless: RT@gigaom: Why Nokia left MeeGo behind: The multi-year backstory. Article[email protected]

> Huawei's cyber security chief is speaking out against a U.S. government report that said the company's network equipment posed a national security risk. Article

> Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt said that the battle between Google's Android and Apple is  "the defining fight in the industry today." Article

> Amazon received FCC's approval to sell its Kindle Fire HD tablets with LTE connectivity. Article

> Ericsson signed a $647 million loan agreement with the European Investment Bank for mobile research and development. Release

> Microsoft confirmed that its Office Mobile product will work across Windows Phones, Android phones and iOS. Article

> DragonWave fiscal second-quarter loss narrowed thanks in part to its recent acquisition of Nokia Siemens Networks' microwave transport business. Article

> Research firm Ovum reported that carrier will lose $54 billion by 2016 due to smartphone messaging apps. Article

> More pictures have been leaked of Verizon Wireless' rumored Nokia Lumia 822. Article

> Microsoft alleged that Motorola Mobility's Android phones infringe on its mapping patent. Article

Mobile Content News

> Apple ignored iOS developer warnings prior to Maps debacle. Editor's Corner

> Isis, the nationwide mobile commerce network spearheaded by Verizon, AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile USA, will begin consumer trials in the Austin, Texas, and Salt Lake City markets on Oct. 22, according to a leaked document obtained by Android Central. Article

> Research In Motion is now accepting applications built for its forthcoming BlackBerry 10 operating system. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> Verizon Wireless is on a long and winding road to provide voice over LTE as its initial launch has now been pushed back to 2014, a delay of two years over initial plans. Article

> Mandating LTE interoperability in the Lower 700 MHz band will drive billions of dollars in private investment and spur 100,000 new jobs over the next five years, according to a letter sent to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski by the Interoperability Alliance. Article

> FirstNet faces long odds for success. Editor's Corner

European Wireless News

> Telefónica Digital is creating a new business to sell aggregated subscriber location data to organizations in the UK, Germany and Brazil. Article

> Analysys Mason: Can Western European operator revenue ever grow again? Industry Voices

> Telefónica is looking to sell shares in its O2 Germany subsidiary significantly above the industry average, according to multiple reports. Article

And finally... Women are twice as likely as men to use emoticons in text messages, according to a new study from Rice University. Article

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