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SBA to buy TowerCo assets for $193.5M

SBA Communications agreed to buy up to 430 wireless towers from TowerCo for $193.5 million in a deal that is expected to close by the end of May. The companies have yet to work out the specific

Exec Pay: Who makes what in wireless?

Exec Pay: Who makes what in wireless? Few issues stoke the ire of workers like executive pay. The average CEO of Standard & Poor's 500 company list made $15.06 million in 2006, which is the

Tropos promotes Ayers to president and CEO

Mesh networking company Tropos Networks announced the appointment of veteran sales executive Tom Ayers as president and CEO. Ayers will take the helm from Ron Sege who will continue to serve as an

Google goes it alone on white space spectrum

While most of the wireless industry is gearing up for the January 700 MHz spectrum auction, Google, which

Standardized phone chargers inch closer

Earlier this week, the Open Mobile Terminal Platform (OMTP) agreed to use the micro-USB as the future common connector and charger for mobile devices. The forum includes many GSM carriers as well as

Palm hints at loss; loses Treo engineer

Palm has lowered its expectations for profits during the quarter ending August 31. The company expects to break even or lose one cent per share on revenue of $359 million to $361 million. Previously,

Will T-Mobile USA offer the Linux-based RAZR2?

Following Verizon Wireless' announcement early Friday morning that it would offer the RAZR2 V9m (the EV-DO version), AT&T and Sprint have announced their own RAZR2 plans and Motorola chimed in to

Nortel considers acquisition spree

Reports indicate that Nortel is in talks with various acquisition targets like 3Com, Foundry Networks, Tellabs and Sonus Networks. Nortel is looking to expand its reach in key markets like the

Nokia's net more than doubles

Nokia posted a strong Q2 as it took a 38 percent share of the global phone market. Nokia shipped a better than expected 100.8 million devices in

Nortel swings to a loss

Nortel Networks posted a $37 million loss in its Q2 because of lower revenue and various charges. That's down from $342 million in net income this time last year. Some of the fees that affected the