Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. FaceTime's impact looms over operators
2. DAS facing heady competition from small cells
3. T-Mobile: We'll prove shared 1755-1780 MHz band can be auctioned

1. The hidden costs of developing mobile apps in the cloud
2. Enterprise apps will become a big part of IT outsourcing
3. RotoWire kicks off Fantasy Football Draft Kit 2012 app for iOS, Android

1. The best new iOS and Android apps of August 2012
2. Zynga exodus continues, four more executives resign as stock plummets
3. Feds seize Android app marketplaces Applanet, AppBucket in piracy sting

1. Sprint's Virgin Mobile reportedly given small iPhone marketing window
2. Apple wins $1B verdict against Samsung
3. Microsoft, Nokia may emerge as winners from Apple-Samsung verdict

1. Vodafone Germany leads rivals with Joyn launch to battle OTT messaging apps
2. Samsung scores 3 UK LTE deal, marks European breakthrough
3. Nokia heads for 'make or break' moment with new Lumia phones

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