Top wireless stories of the week

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


1. StarHub CEO: Carriers should get a cut of app revenues
2. Rumor Mill: T-Mobile to offer discount on broadband plans to existing voice users
3. China Mobile: Apple interested in building TD-LTE iPhone

1. RIM scraps BlackBerry App World developer ID notarization rule
2. Amazon adding digital locker to Appstore for Android
3. EA, Glu Mobile forge game developer alliances

1. Nokia sells Qt commercial licensing business to Digia
2. Apple launches iOS 4.3 two days ahead of iPad 2
3. GetJar ousts Opera Mini as app store battle escalates

1. Report: LightSquared to cut NSN loose, will share network with Sprint
2. Is it time for a 4G reality check?
3. Sprint, Deutsche Telekom reportedly in talks over T-Mobile USA merger

1. Deutsche Telekom to launch LTE user trials this summer
2. Russian operators agree to LTE network sharing, as Putin pushes deal
3. German transport firms unveil national NFC ticketing system

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