Analysis: Cellular industry doesn't care about mobile data. Blog Lincoln
Confirming one of the many rumors trailing the company, Google announced its proposal to provide San Francisco with free WiFi service. The company would provide an always-on connection speed of
free-hotspot.com announced their mission to team up with locations across Europe to provide free WiFi services. The start-up has signed on cafés, hotels, pubs, restaurants, retail centers
One thing Google has is plenty of money at its disposal, and it has decided to use some of it to offer a new WiFi service to be called Google Secure Access. The Google site already offers the
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eBay's recent acquisition of Skype for $2.6 to $4.1 billion (depending on Skype's financial performance) left a lot of us scratching our heads. Since the announcement nearly every analyst, pundit,
MessageVine launched a mobile instant messenger (IM) product for Google Talk, Google's new IM and peer-to-peer VoIP service. The mobile client is modeled after Google Talk's PC version.
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Ready or Not, Wireless VoIP is Coming VoIP was big news this week, thanks in large part to Google's new Skype-killer IM client, Google Talk. Wireless VoIP (wVoIP) was also big
> Cingular Wireless to spend $300 million on new cell sites in Illinois and Wisconsin.