Top wireless stories of the week

Check out this week's most-viewed stories across Fierce's wireless publications:

1. Google contends Project Loon, balloon-powered broadband, is crazy enough to work
2. Microsoft, Ruckus and others form Dynamic Spectrum Alliance to boost TV white space
3. Paolini: Small-cell backhaul market update - what has changed and what has stayed the same

1. MFi iOS 7 gaming controllers: How the game is changing for game developers
2. When to stop rewarding app users and start punishing them
3. Why indie developers need to focus on games and not becoming Disney

1. Amazon's Kindle FreeTime Unlimited adds Disney, WB and EA content
2. Report: 'Candy Crush Saga' maker readying IPO
3. BlackBerry 10.2 bringing support for Android Jelly Bean apps

1. T-Mobile: We're 'ahead of schedule' on CDMA-to-LTE MetroPCS migration
2. Confirmed: AT&T enables FaceTime over cellular for iPhone 5 customers with unlimited data
3. Top wireless executives: Where are they now?

1. Alcatel-Lucent's Combes unveils make-over for struggling vendor
2. Report: 50% of mobile data traffic to be offloaded this year
3. Orange seeks new horizons in South Africa, Myanmar


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