T-Mobile's GoSmart sells Coolpad Flo; GSMA predicts 1B LTE connections worldwide by 2017

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@FierceWireless: RT@phonescoop: Moto G Available to US Consumers on Motorola Site. Article[email protected]

> Huawei appears to be preparing a new smartphone called the Glory 4. Article

> T-Mobile US will sell the Coolpad Flo through its GoSmart Mobile prepaid brand. Article

> Nuance lowered its profit estimates due to its move to a subscription-based business model. Article

> The launch of Apple's iOS 7 has reportedly created an opening for Microsoft's Windows Phone. Article

> An Apple patent filing hints at a fingerprint scanner built into the device's display. Article

> Ip.access said it teamed with Qualcomm to build its next generation small cell product line. Release

> A judge denied Samsung's request to delay a trial over patent infringement with Apple. Article

> The GSMA is predicting 1 billion LTE connections worldwide by 2017. Release

> Flipboard plans to raise $50 million in funding. Article

Mobile Developer News

> Why Pinterest is holding off on a more inclusive API strategy. Editor's Corner

> According to new numbers from Flurry, there are now more developers with 1 million monthly active users than ever before. Article

Telecom News

> Telstra Global added 100G technology to its Asia Pac UNITY submarine cable. Article

> Equinix has named Karl Strohmeyer as president of its Americas operation where he will be tasked with the management, strategy and growth plan for the region. Article

Cable News

> Rogers Communications said that it'll shell out $5.2 billion over the next 12 years to distribute National Hockey League games in Canada on devices ranging from TVs to tablets. Article

> Intel has slapped a $500 million price tag on the OnCue platform that it has developed for use in a virtual cable platform, Bloomberg reported Monday. Article

And finally… Nokia's tablet strategy involves making fun of the iPad. Article