Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Rumor Mill: Sprint's Boost and Virgin units to offer WiMAX
2. TV white-space rules open the door for even more innovation
3. Android-based HTC One S gets mobile TV, WiMAX

1. Enterprise to mobile developers: We need business apps
2. Sensor-based apps offer lots of potential but are hindered by fragmentation
3. Arbitron: Typical 'Words With Friends' user plays game 6 hours per month

1. Best apps of April 2012
2. Samsung targets U.S. with Android Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade
3. Apple's iOS crushes Android on Q1 enterprise device activations

1. Sprint slapped with $300M lawsuit in N.Y. over unpaid taxes
2. Sprint adds 1.5M iPhones in Q1, will bring WiMAX to prepaid brands
3. T-Mobile's Humm: Verizon's 700 MHz spectrum sale isn't enough

1. Vodafone catapults into global services market with Cable & Wireless purchase
2. Ericsson's Q1 sales fall sharply in Europe, but profit jumps
3. Nokia continues to 'pursue all options' on NSN, despite upbeat Q2 outlook


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