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Is Google Sprint's White Knight?

The Wall Street Journal is reporting Sprint and Clearwire are in talks to renew a joint venture that would see a nationwide WiMAX network like the one the two scrapped in November. This time,

Rumor: Sprint and Clearwire talking, again

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Sprint and Clearwire have revived their talks about creating a joint venture to defray the costs of WiMAX. The two are reportedly looking to bring in outside

Garmin launches GPS feature phone

Garmin unveiled a GSM HSDPA smartphone, called the nuvifone, that runs on its own operating system with GPS at its core. The phone includes Google local search, Garmin online services like traffic,

Clearwire to slow down buildout

Clearwire announced it is significantly slowing down its network buildout. It's estimated the company is pulling back from a prior estimate of 30.5 million POPs to about 6 million POPs. The 30.5

Clearwire confirms deal talks with Sprint

Following up on yesterday's report in the Wall Street Journal that Sprint and Clearwire have renewed talks to launch a joint venture for their respective WiMAX networks, Clearwire CEO Ben Wolff

DEALS: Handset units for sale

Handset units are selling like hot cakes. DEALSWHOWITHWHATSCOOPLenovoHony CapitalLenovo sold its handset unit to Hony Capital for $100 million.Handset shipments for Lenovo fell

ALSO NOTED: Dell-Google-Android?; Trend: multitouch screens; and much more...

> The rumor mill is abuzz with speculation that Google is partnering with computing firm Dell to launch a mobile phone based on the web services giant's fledgling Android OS. According to

Google's light touch saves open access

Google's light touch saves open access No surprise here: The Wall Street Journal reports that Clearwire and Sprint have renewed talks for a joint venture that would create a nationwide WiMAX

Sprint commits to iDEN, revives Clearwire talks

Sprint put an end to speculation that the company might sell its Nextel Direct Connect iDEN network. The firm today released a statement from President and CEO Dan Hesse saying that Sprint will focus

700 MHz Auction: Total bids meet $10B reserve

After the fourteenth round of the 700 MHz auction, the FCC is within its minimum reserve range of $10 billion to $15 billion for total provisionally winning bids. The fourteenth round brought in more