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Rumor Mill: Google buying Sprint?

According to a report over at TMCnet, rumor has it that Google is mulling whether to acquire Sprint Nextel, which Barron's evaluates at $67 billion in terms of market cap and debt (but without

ALSO NOTED: EU's FCC; NTT profit stumbles; and much more...

> EU regulation plan may create an FCC-like regulatory body based in Belgium. Article (WSJ

What happened to Google’s other telecom obsession?

There has been so much coverage lately of Google’s open mobile phone consortium that its other reported telecom obsession, a proposal to support several telecom carriers in the building of the

Google chasing new fiber plan?

There has been so much coverage lately of Google's open mobile phone consortium that its other reported telecom obsession, a proposal to support several telecom carriers in the building of the Unity

SPOTLIGHT: The inspiration for Android: Tim Wu?

BusinessWeek has a feature on Columbia University professor and open access evangelist Tim Wu, whom Google credits with inspiring their open mobile platform, Android.

ALSO NOTED: Firefly's next moves; Google as carrier? and much more...

> Firefly Mobile looks to offer handsets to older kids, too. Article > Do we need Google to become a

Symbian on the defensive

  Symbian on the defensive Google's intention to build an open platform for mobile phones has garnered both high praise and dismissive comments from various segments of the wireless industry. Even

FCC Chairman Martin supports Google's Android

Given FCC Chairman Kevin Martin's early support for open access provisions in the upcoming 700 MHz auction (which Google lobbied for), it should come as no surprise that Martin has expressed his

Google launches Android. Now what?

Monday was G-Day as Google finally made public the worst-kept secret in wireless, announcing the development of Android, a Linux-based open software platform for mobile devices. Google also will

Google launches Android. Now what?

Monday was G-Day as Google finally made public the worst-kept secret in wireless, announcing the development of Android, a Linux-based open software platform for mobile devices. Google also will