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

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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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