The FCC will begin field testing white space devices next week to see whether the devices that access unused television airwaves, called "white spaces" will interfere with television broadcasts.
So Rogers Communications gave in to all of those angry Canadians. The company announced yesterday that it would alter its data pricing plans that outraged thousands of Canadian consumers so much
More rumors are circulating about T-Mobile USA's UMTS rollout. The company has been offering 3G service in New York since March and has said it will launch additional markets throughout 2008, ending
Search-engine titan Google is throwing its considerable weight behind opponents of Bell Canada's P2P throttling practices, saying Bell is breaking Canadian telecom law and adding, "The Internet is
With official Google-sanctioned devices operating on the Android OS still weeks or even months away, an enterprising member of the Internet Tablet Talk forum who goes by the username "penguinbait"
Comcast is making more inroads in mobile broadband. The cable firm made a seed-round investment in Littleton, Mass.-based startup Cartiza Networks, which is developing an IP-based content management
Japan's NTT Communications and Russian backbone network operator TransTeleComCorporation announced that they have begun commercial operations today on the Hokkaido-Sakhalin Cable System (HSCS), and
Is Google interested in pursuing deals with WiMAX operators outside of the U.S. to continue furthering its open Internet business model? Google, of course, is one of the investors in the new
Strenuous denials have come from all those said to be involved in deploying a nationwide WiMAX network in France. The suggested joint venture, which would involve funding from Google, was reported by
Google made barely a peep as it recently launched its new Google Media Server software, a solution that links PCs to TVs or TV consoles via home networks, but it could have significant impact on the