Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Verizon: LTE modem users may experience 3G to LTE handoff delay
2. Sprint, T-Mobile tout 4G tablets in 2011
3. Verizon vs. Clearwire: A 4G comparison

1. Does Android's growth spell the end of BlackBerry?
2. Amazon Web Services SDKs expand to iOS, Android
3. Android closes in on iOS as U.S. smartphone market booms

1. Mobile payments and NFC: Who will get paid, and how?
2. Google slashes Android Market app refund window
3. Paramount debuts enhanced movie apps for Windows Phone 7

1. Verizon CEO echoes AT&T, Sprint on data plans for multiple devices
2. Gmail creator: Google's Chrome OS will be killed or merged with Android
3. MetroPCS not bringing speed but LTE innovation

1. Massive job cuts planned by Everything Everywhere and O2 UK
2. NSN parents confirm talks to sell 30% to private equity firms
3. Analyzing the world's handset launches from October

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