Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. What's so great about LTE Advanced? (Lots, actually)
2. Google looking to test Wi-Fi gateway
3. Will WiMAX 2 revitalize the WiMAX industry?

1. Android or iOS: Which platform is better for HTML5?
2. Apple, Google get aggressive on app store cleanup
3. Report: Nokia axes Symbian development, next device will be its last

1. Report: Facebook launching mobile ad platform next month
2. RIM woos Android developers with free BlackBerry PlayBook tablets
3. Portable gaming: Is mobile the future?

1. Meet the 2012 Rising Stars of Wireless
2. Sprint details plans to shut down iDEN cell sites
3. AT&T's CMO explains why AT&T dominated iPhone sales in Q4

1. Feature phones: Is the end near?
2. Rumour Mill: Siemens searches for new Nokia Siemens CEO
3. Report: Operators must reduce network costs by 50%

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