Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent make LTE progress in UAE
2. Dish's LTE network to sit on the launch pad till year-end
3. LTE-equipped iPad: A blessing and a curse

1. App discoverability: 6 ways to find the best new apps
2. Mobile money: The next frontier of app development
3. Matchbook lights a fire under the local deals business

1. Verizon targets 14 devices for Android Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade
2. Apple's iOS 5.1 boosts OTA app download limits, adds free trial subscriptions
3. Google scraps Android Market, reveals Google Play

1. Verizon: We'll hit LTE capacity limit in some markets by 2013 without new spectrum
2. Report: Ericsson to cut 10% of N. American workforce
3. Sprint snubbed in Apple's debut of LTE iPad

1. Nokia Siemens to cut thousands more jobs following contract loss
2. Auto industry a focus for M2M
3. Vodafone Germany scoops BMW M2M deal

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