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Go away, Google

I may be risking FierceTelecom's future page views and search results when I say this, but here goes: Google, will you please just go away? Google, dear pop culture icon and money machine, Google,

Google steps up white-space efforts

Now that the 700 MHz spectrum auction is over, Google has turned its attention once again to the "white space" unlicensed spectrum debate: In a letter to the FCC, Google pressed the government to

DEALS: Cable MSOs to fund WiMAX?

DEALSWHOWITHWHATSCOOPNortelU.S. CellularNortel inked a five year deal with U.S. Cellular.The network expansion deal builds on an existing deal between the vendor and the CDMA

Report: Comcast, TWC may invest in WiMAX JV

The Wall Street Journal reported late yesterday, and several publications are reporting today, that cable TV players Comcast and Time Warner Cable may invest in a WiMAX network joint venture being

HTC's Android device named "Dream"?

HTC is developing a handset called "Dream" that runs Google's Android software, according to a report from InfoWorld. The handset is reportedly 5 inches long and 3 inches wide with a large

Dell smartphone launch imminent?

Analysts are once again clamoring for Dell to launch a smartphone soon. Strategy Analytics' director of

Google turns attention to white spaces

Now that the 700 MHz spectrum auction is over, Google has turned its attention once again to the "white space" unlicensed spectrum debate: In a letter to the FCC, Google pressed the government to

As expected, 700 MHz auction results in same faces

It appears everything went as planned for Google. It didn't have to cough up any money in the 700 MHz auction but it ensured the open-access provisions (at least most of them) that it fought for at

Verizon, AT&T big winners in 700 MHz auction

Verizon Wireless was the big winner for the 700 MHz auction after winning the Upper C Block of spectrum, which is laden with open access provisions. Google did not win any licenses. Satellite

HTC's Android device named Dream?

HTC is developing a handset called "Dream" that runs Google's Android software, according to a report from InfoWorld. The handset is reportedly 5 inches long and 3 inches wide with a large