Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Intel puts its money where the LTE is
2. LTE may not save Leap or MetroPCS
3. Backhaul issues may slam small-cell plans

1. Nokia: Apps in Windows Phone Marketplace top 80,000 and growing
2. Evans Data: Developers are moving away from native platforms for app development
3. Speech technologies offer innovative way to enhance and differentiate apps

1. Motricity, Sprint end premium SMS aggregator deal
2. Microsoft vows to clean up Windows Phone Marketplace
3. Opera: Half of new mobile web users have never gone online via PC

1. Verizon launches $80 prepaid plan with 1 GB of data
2. Could Apple become the world's biggest handset maker?
3. T-Mobile CMO Brodman to leave carrier later this month

1. Samsung snatches handset crown from Nokia as S&P cuts rating
2. ZTE unveils European ambitions, targets major operators
3. Mallinson: Vodafone's C&WW deal shows that fixed-mobile convergence is increasing

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