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%

Suggested Articles

Antenna tuning allows devices to operate efficiently across a huge range of spectrum from low to high bands, and it's going to be vital to 5G.

Motorola has brought back its Razr handset, retaining the nostalgic clamshell design but featuring a rebooted foldable touchscreen display.

The online marketplace initially features 45 hardware and software solutions from 28 TIP member companies.