Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. LTE chip makers take aim at Qualcomm
2. Virgin Mobile set to offer $40 unlimited mobile broadband pricing plan
3. Airband, Sparkplug merge to create largest U.S. fixed-wireless company

1. Google sells out of unlocked Nexus One developer phones
2. BlackBerry App World ditches $2.99 minimum price
3. Nokia signing Ovi apps for free

1. Facebook mobile app guru Hewitt trashes Android OS
2. Android web browsing surges 400 percent in Q2
3. Qualcomm launches incubator to foster mobile apps and services

1. Sprint begins offering EV-DO femtocells
2. Report: Clearwire best served by moving to TDD-LTE
3. Supplies of Evo, Droid X and iPhone 4 still coming up short

1. Vodafone buys into micropayment developer
2. Mallinson: Uncertain outlook in patent pool licensing
3. HSPA+ is OK for now, LTE can wait: Telekom Austria CFO

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