Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Verizon adds 11th operator to rural LTE program
2. 'Full-duplex' wireless could double network throughput, and vendors are taking notice
3. LightSquared declares GPS interference problem solved... again

1. Report: Apple releasing iOS 5 gold master in late September
2. Is Google too lax on Android Market app piracy?
3. Verizon courts enterprise devs with Private Applications Store for Business

1. Five campaigns changing the game of mobile advertising
2. How Android helped Google win the battle for local
3. Nielsen: Facebook now the most popular mobile app across all platforms

1. AT&T to launch LTE Sunday, Sept. 18
2. Sprint: We're ready for the iPhone (but not confirming it)
3. Verizon to launch Unleashed $50 unlimited prepaid plan nationwide Thursday

1. Mobistar dumps Nortel for Huawei with upgrade to LTE-ready network
2. Deutsche Telekom, AT&T clash over T-Mobile deal interests
3. Verizon courts Vodafone while dashing dividend hopes

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