Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Verizon, T-Mobile winners in PC World 4G tests
2. Verizon's Melone: Data market needs to be segmented further
3. Dish Network, smaller cellular operators oppose AT&T's acquisition of Qualcomm's 700 MHz licenses

1. Twitter declares war on third-party client apps
2. Oracle issues Application Development Framework Mobile Client
3. Adobe Flash Player 10.2 for Android on tap for March 18

1. Report: Apple halts plans to add NFC payments to iPhone 5
2. Amazon Appstore for Android to kick off with 'Angry Birds' exclusive
3. Hulu Plus coming soon to Android 2.2 smartphones

1. Lowenstein's View: Sprint+T-Mobile+Clearwire merger=short-term pain, long-term gain?
2. Sprint may dominate device news amid rehashes - CTIA 2011 Preview
3. Verizon: HTC ThunderBolt dropping March 17, unlimited LTE data is $30/month

1. Nokia Siemens, Cambridge Wireless plan UK 800 MHz LTE trial
2. Report: European data ARPU failing to balance falling voice revenues
3. MVNOs in Eastern Europe fail to compete, with churn and QoS blamed

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