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Giancarlo leaving Cisco for Silver Lake

Charlie Giancarlo, the chief development officer at Cisco Systems who has been seen as an eventual successor to chairman and CEO John Chambers, is leaving the company to join private equity firm

ALSO NOTED: Financial services; FMC, femtocells and WiFi; and more...

> Mobile financial services ramped up this year as banks launched their own applications for the

Open access comes to the forefront

Google started the movement and Verizon Wireless, once a staunch opponent of the concept, is now embracing it. Open access means operators open up their networks to enable any device and application

SPOTLIGHT: 700 MHz auction rules make headlines

The last of the beach front spectrum property comes up for auction in January, and much of 2007 was spent fighting over auctions rules. Google lobbied for open access, while Verizon Wireless and

ALSO NOTED: Top headlines from 2007

Top headlines from 2007 > Cisco buys Navini for $330M >

ALSO NOTED: Moto's China play; Jitterburg vs. Coupe; and much more...

> Motorola targets China's under-30 crowd. Article (WSJ sub. req.) > Comparing the Jitterbug and the Coupe.

FCC reveals 700 MHz auction bidders

The FCC has released the names of the 266 contenders for the 700 MHz auction set to take place on Jan. 24, 2008. So far, the FCC has approved the applications for 96 bidders, while the remaining 170

Cable firms join Google at 700 Mhz auction

As the Federal Communications Commission gets set to kick off next month, it's becoming more apparent just who plans to be bidding. The FCC began releasing information yesterday about which telecom

How Google green lighted Grand Prix

  As we close out 2007 and look ahead to 2008, a story sure to dominate headlines throughout the year to come is the battle between Microsoft and Google for control of the digital future. A Google

Reader faves of 2007 include FiOS, Google

Reader faves of 2007 include FiOS, Google I'm still going through some of the emails I received from readers talking about their choices for the top telecom stories of 2007, but the most common