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iPhone owners big users of data

According to a new survey from M:Metrics, 85 percent of iPhone owners in January searched the Internet for news and information, making the slick device the most popular handheld device for wireless

SPOTLIGHT: Analyst: Intel alone won't save Sprint-Clearwire deal

Reports early last month claimed that Intel was

Defining success for the 700 MHz auction

  Defining success for the 700 MHz auction After 54 days and 261 rounds of bidding the usual pomp and circumstance that surrounds spectrum auctions understandably dies down, but now that the

TPE cable to be activated before Olympics

Verizon Business said the carrier and its Asian partners in the Trans-Pacific Express Consortium undersea cable to China will have the cable activated earlier than originally scheduled, turning on

Analyst: Intel unlikely to invest $2B in WiMAX

Reports early last month claimed that Intel was

Google announces new developer event

Web services giant Google announced Google I/O, a new developer event taking place at San Francisco's Moscone Center on Wednesday, May 28 and Thursday, May 29. Promising a mix of practical, hands-on

QUICKLINKS: Google predicts Android will outsell iPhone; YouTube publishes APIs and Tools;

> Google predicts Android will outsell iPhone. FierceWireless > YouTube publishes APIs and Tools.

SPOTLIGHT: Sizing up the Internet video surge

The Internet video rage shows no signs of abating, and while much of the traditional telecom industry has taken a wait-and-see approach (mostly to see if usage declined, or if residential consumers

Mediaroom enters TV streaming war

Microsoft's next upgrade of its Mediaroom software will enable the fusion of live video and web streams to the TV. The "Milwaukee" upgrade is also promising improved personalization and

YouTube API enables free web hosting for all

YouTube has launched a powerful API that enables publishers to broadcast video content using their own skin and specifications direct from their own web sites--free. The co-branded API is being