Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Alcatel-Lucent shareholders fire up annual meeting
2. Verizon gets defensive over data plan freak-out
3. Sprint says mobile hotspot plan always capped but usage wasn't tracked

1. Apple caters to developers by delivering iOS 6 packed with new features
2. Inside operator developer programs: Can they help you build a better app?
3. How to attract advertisers to your mobile app

1. Glu Mobile's CEO spills on why HTML5 isn't the future
2. Rumor Mill: Sprint launching NFC-based mobile wallet to battle Isis
3. Apple's new iOS 6 adds deep Facebook integration, dumps Google Maps

1. Why Verizon is offering shared data plans
2. Verizon launches 'Share Everything' family data plans
3. Sprint no longer majority owner of Clearwire

1. Alcatel-Lucent faces tough questions from shareholders
2. Juniper: Small cells, Wi-Fi to carry nearly 60% of mobile traffic in five years
3. Nokia dismisses takeover speculation as shares rally

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