Top wireless stories of the week

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

1. Sprint hypes city-by-city LTE road show
2. Rumor Mill: Ericsson closing in on Nokia Siemens BSS unit
3. Verizon commercial hammers rivals' LTE footprints

1. Inside RIM's plan to win back developers
2. Mobile app transparency should be led by developers, not the government
3. Report: Consumers won't pay for useless apps

1. The worst apps for Android, iOS
2. Apple activates App Store Genius recommendations in iOS 6 beta
3. Rumor Mill: Amazon will unveil branded Android smartphone today

1. How RIM will win back developers for BlackBerry 10
2. Nokia's Lumia 920 and 820: Complete coverage
3. Nokia unveils Lumia 920 and 820, its first Windows Phone 8 smartphones

1. CCS Insight: Google, Microsoft and Samsung may follow Apple with vertical approach
2. Free Mobile grabs 5.4% of French market, aims for 25%
3. Nokia's new Lumia handsets face unprecedented competition

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