Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Sprint investors fear Clearwire default could pull Sprint in too
2. Verizon calling LTE service '4G LTE'
3. Tests show T-Mobile HSPA+ upgrades increase average smartphone speeds

1. Apple seeds updated iOS 4.2 gold master to fix iPad bug
2. Qualcomm launches augmented reality platform for Android
3. PlaySpan intros Android micropayments platform

1. Apple issues iTunes 10.1, but iOS 4.2 still MIA
2. Carving up the Mobile App Turkeys of 2010
3. Google integrating mobile payments into Android 2.3

1. They're Cooked: The top wireless turkeys of 2010
2. U.S. holiday smartphones for 2010 from the nation's Tier 1 carriers
3. Verizon hints at LTE pricing based on data speed

1. LTE: Average user downloads 15GB a month, says TeliaSonera
2. Analyzing the world's handset launches from September
3. Nokia: Elop provokes new thinking; partnerships the way forward

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