Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. AT&T's Lurie: Industry will move to multi-device plans... eventually
2. TD-LTE catching fire, but challenges remain
3. Verizon begins limiting bandwidth of heavy 3G smartphone data users

1. Google to developers: Heads up for Android Ice Cream Sandwich
2. How will the FTC's new digital privacy rules impact developers?
3. Gaming startup Hidden Variable prepares for November launch

1. Google Wallet rival Isis confirms support for Android
2. Report: Samsung to open-source Bada OS, reduce reliance on Android
3. Reports: Google Wallet goes live today on Nexus S smartphones

1. 10 controversial (and brilliant) wireless business ideas
2. Rumor Mill: Cellular South may rebrand itself under 'Personalized Wireless' banner
3. Sprint shortens return period to 14 days, axes Premier program

1. Everything Everywhere expected to cut more jobs
2. Samsung reportedly mulls legal action to ban iPhone 5 in Europe
3. Germany's regulator gives go-ahead for more 800 MHz LTE deployments

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