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Open networks, international flair at CTIA I.T.

The weakening economy may be impacting wireless firms around the world but CTIA COO Rob Mesirow says it's not stopping the CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment show from drawing a crowd to San

What's after the App Store?

Roughly a year ago, as the mobile industry prepared to descend on San Francisco for the annual CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment conference, Apple's iPhone was seemingly all anyone could talk

Google steps up white-space lobbying efforts with new web site

Google is stepping up its lobbying efforts in the white-space controversy. The search giant has launched a web site called, www.freetheairwaves.com, on

Google launches white spaces campaign

Google is hoping public pressure will help it in its campaign to get the FCC to make white space spectrum available for unlicensed wireless Internet devices. The company today launched a campaign

Google is hiring Android Developers

Google is searching for designers, engineers and developers to work on its Android open-source operating system. The search firm is advertising for positions that involve working on things like

Google releases Android SDK beta in the nick of time

Has Google irrevocably damaged its relationship with the mobile developer community? There is undoubtedly growing disillusionment and distrust among the developer segment, who feel the web services

HTC's Dream comes true for T-Mobile USA

T-Mobile USA will debut the first mobile handset based on Google's Android operating system, The New York Times reports. Citing unnamed sources briefed on the operator's plans, the NYT says T-Mobile

HTC Dream gets FCC approval

The highly anticipated HTC Dream, which is supposed to be the first Android device, received FCC approval. The

Are Kevin Martin's wireless broadband dreams in peril?

In the coming months, the FCC has some decisions to make that will impact the future of wireless broadband--a subject that is near and dear to Chairman Kevin Martin's heart as he'd like to see

FCC expected to release white-space findings next month

The FCC is expected to report its findings on field tests it conducted this month of prototype white-space devices. Soon after, the commission itself is expected to take up the contentious issue of