Top wireless stories of the week

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

FierceBroadbandWireless
1. NetZero beats FreedomPop to the punch with 200 MB of free WiMAX service
2. AT&T pays $935 to settle iPhone throttling judgment
3. Public-safety LTE plans disrupted by 700 MHz D-Block legislation

FierceDeveloper
1. Mozilla's Boot to Gecko promises fewer hassles, more open than iOS, Android
2. How free apps are sucking the life out of smartphones
3. Linux 3.3 integrates Android kernel code

FierceMobileContent
1. Nokia launches Creative Studio photo app for Windows Phone
2. Sprint's Adib on the demise of preloaded apps, the growth of HTML5 and more
3. Verizon's new diagnostics tool lets it peek into LG Revolution smartphones

FierceWireless
1. Sprint's stock falters on warning of bankruptcy risks
2. Dell replacing Android with Windows 8 in bid to compete with iPad
3. FreedomPop to offer 1 GB of free data via WiMAX-enabled iPhone case

FierceWireless:Europe
1. The top 20 global operators in Q3
2. The future of M2M? Touring the GSMA's Connected House
3. Apple's new iPad fails to support European LTE frequencies

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