Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Clearwire details results of initial LTE testing
2. AT&T: Wireless penetration will reach 300% in 2013
3. Windows Phone 7 smartphones can't connect to hidden WiFi networks

1. Nokia hints MeeGo 1.1 coming to N900 next month
2. In-app purchases overtake mobile ad revenues on iOS
3. Apple's Jobs slams Android fragmentation as iPhone sales soar

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2. 'Angry Birds' tops 2 million Android downloads in first two days
3. Amazon issues Kindle 3.0.3 software update preview

1. The Android IM app that brought T-Mobile's network to its knees
2. MetroPCS introduces 'by the minute' pricing plans
3. Lowenstein's View: The wireless model is changing. Forever.

1. Analyzing the world's handset launches from August
2. 3UK to terminate Ericsson service contract
3. Deutsche Telekom in LTE network sharing talks with rivals

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