Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. AT&T to rural carriers: Seek LTE interoperability with Sprint, T-Mobile
2. Maybe AT&T could monetize FaceTime
3. iPhone 5 to drive 4G adoption, Wi-Fi offloading

1. Understanding the myths about HTML5
2. Is this the Ooomf app developers need to get noticed?
3. In an app-centric world, the challenge for developers is to raise their game

1. Google's Rubin: 'No disputing' Aliyun OS is built on Android
2. Fandango extends mobile movie ticketing to Apple's Passbook app
3. ZTE to launch Firefox OS smartphones in shift away from Android

1. Apple's secret weapon isn't the iPhone 5 - it's the iPhone 4
2. Sprint's Hesse: We've sold 1M LTE devices so far
3. AT&T to chase Sprint iDEN subs with November launch of Enhanced PTT service

1. Report: Nokia's Elop has only months to turn around company's fortunes
2. Analysts: Apple's iPhone 5 leaves out many European LTE operators
3. Analysys Mason: Operators face crisis in slow data growth

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