Companies planning to bid on 700 Mhz wireless spectrum at federal auction in January need to confirm their intentions by the end of the day today, and the biggest question already has been answered.
Google has officially announced that it will bid in the 700 MHz spectrum auction, which is scheduled to take place in late January. The FCC will require the winning bidder of a slice of the upper
During a dinner hosted by the Churchhill Club in San Jose, Calif., AT&T CEO Randall Stephens called Verizon Wireless' open-access announcement overblown and dissed Google's Android announcement.
According to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, Verizon Wireless has joined Google's Open Handset
> Will Google bid to win or just bid to save face?
Google has officially announced that it will bid in the 700 MHz spectrum auction, which is scheduled to take place in late January. The announcement ends months of debate over whether Google would
> One columnist speculates that AT&T disclosed its planned 3G iPhone to get back at Apple for supposedly teaming up with Google for the 700 MHz auction. Hmm.
Verizon Wireless, one of the biggest foes to the open access regulations for the 700 MHz auction, did an about-face this week. It announced plans to open its network to allow subscribers to connect
Google has released a new beta version of its Google Maps for Mobile that includes location-based information pulled from data collected by cell towers. Depending on how many cell towers a user is
As the deadline for bidders in the upcoming 700 MHz spectrum auction approaches on Monday, Google asked the FCC for a few clarifications on the bidding process, the special rules for the spectrum and