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. Qualcomm proposes 300 Gbps in-flight mobile broadband technology
3. FCC comment period keeps LightSquared hopes alive

1. Google: Android's Menu button is dead, long live the ActionBar
2. Chris DeWolfe: From MySpace to the mobile space with 'Fluff Friends Rescue'
3. What developers can expect from Windows Phone Tango--and beyond

1. RIM accepting Android apps for BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0
2. Best apps of January 2012
3. Flurry: Amazon's Kindle Fire scorches rivals on Android app usage

1. AT&T shakes up management team in wake of failed T-Mobile deal
2. Analysis: Why Apple and Samsung are killing it in the smartphone market
3. AT&T circling Dish? Carrier argues against restrictions on Dish's spectrum

1. Mobile operators are losing their grip on the tablet market
2. SFR chief blames Orange for enabling Free Mobile's low-cost service
3. Nokia Siemens to cut up to 4,100 workers in Germany, Finland

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