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
A peek at executive Christmas wishes Christmas is nearly a week away so it's time to guess what is on the Santa wish lists of some wireless telecom executives: Lowell McAdams, CEO of Verizon
Google's head of special initiatives Chris Sacca announced his intent to leave the company to become an angel investor in start-ups. Sacca led the charge for free WiFi in San Francisco and also the
These stories didn't quite make my top 5, but were huge news nonetheless:Several telcos have been eyeing 100 Mbps broadband access for their service road maps.
Google's head of special initiatives Chris Sacca announced his intent to leave the company to become an angel investor in start-ups. Sacca led the (as yet unfruitful) charge for free WiFi in San
A coalition of technology companies, public-interest advocates, think tanks and higher education organizations launched an alliance designed to work with the Federal Communications Commission and
With global optimism about bandwidth demand hitting highs not seen since the last decade, the submarine fiber cable business has been heating up accordingly. There have been reports of new players
Apple's iPhone website posted a list of the 10 applications that have proven the most popular with the device's users. Two Google applications made the countdown, which is otherwise notable for the
During an interview with BusinessWeek, Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam said the carrier will support Google's recently announced open platform, Android. "We're planning on using Android," he said.
It's certainly not new news that Google is investigating the notion of using "white spaces," or unlicensed spectrum that sit between airwaves currently licensed to TV broadcasters. But