Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Best Buy offers pre-order of HTC 4G Thunderbolt; device may hit shelves Feb. 14
2. Alca-Lu announces new base station architecture to handle data traffic
3. Report: Clearwire ending WiMAX retail strategy

1. Apple seeds iOS 4.3 beta 3 as release date rumors grow
2. Google extends Android Market to the web
3. Android surpasses iOS in race for U.S. subscriber supremacy

1. Google Translate for iPhone enters the App Store
2. Qualcomm co-stars with Creative Artists Agency on mobile apps venture
3. Motricity's Q4 revenues surge 42 percent year-over-year

1. Inside the Verizon iPhone: New antenna, Qualcomm chip for global use
2. Report: Apple puts iPad 2 into production; AT&T, Verizon to sell it
3. AT&T follows Sprint into unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling

1. EU: Huawei and ZTE benefit from huge credit lines from China
2. Survey: Apple's iOS rules European smartphone market with 45% share
3. TeliaSonera CEO concerned by growing iPhone, Android dominance

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