Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Open Range left holding the bag after Globalstar fails to meet satellite criteria
2. Clearwire's WiMAX service arrives in the Big Apple
3. Sprint: No plans to buy out partners in Clearwire

1. Study: Absence of over-the-air updates slows iOS device upgrades
2. Sprint 4G App Challenge accepting Android submissions
3. Android Market tops 80,000 apps--BlackBerry App World at just 10,000

1. Verizon Wireless expands V Cast Apps to embrace Android
2. Report: Google Music to offer $25 annual subscriptions, cloud-based locker
3. Report: Apple to deliver newspaper subscriptions via iTunes

1. Report: Sprint considering cutting one-third of its base stations
2. AT&T to launch LTE by mid-2011
3. Wal-Mart launches its own wireless brand using T-Mobile USA's network

1. Yota shuts LTE network after 3 days
2. UK operators given OK to double 3G power
3. M2M becomes strategic focus for Orange

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