Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. iPhone tethering requires users to give up unlimited $30 plan
2. Femtocells are evolving, but operators aren't
3. Verizon moving into friendly user trials of LTE

1. Handset version of MeeGo set for June 30 release
2. Tools of a new trade: Five tips for aspiring mobile app developers
3. iOS 4 arrives, bringing changes with it

1. Apple issues iOS 4 update to iPhone 3GS and iPod touch
2. Android 2.2 coming to Motorola Droid, HTC myTouch 3G
3. Amazon slashes Kindle ereader price to $189

1. Rumor Mill: Verizon leaking Droid X details ahead of launch
2. Apple, AT&T dealing with another iPhone 4 pre-order snafu
3. Apple debuts iPhone 4 to long lines, but white version is MIA

1. Orange UK trials HD voice; initial feedback positive
2. What makes an emerging market for wireless?
3. Vodafone mulls developer rev-share model

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