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Google steps up white space efforts

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

Asian carriers interested in U.S. 700 MHz auction?

While AT&T looks to APAC for growth, it seems some Asian carriers are looking at the U.S. BusinessWeek is running

SPOTLIGHT: LiPS finalizes Linux spec

The Linux Phone Standards (LiPS) Forum has finalized its specification, which it hopes will "enable mobile industry players to achieve basic interoperability for applications and services deployed

Google goes it alone on white space spectrum

While most of the wireless industry is gearing up for the January 700 MHz spectrum auction, Google, which

Verizon CEO was pondering open access for some time

All of a sudden Verizon Wireless is acting like an aggressive startup rather than the incumbent behemoth. In the course of two weeks, we've seen the operator announce its intentions to

Verizon Wireless president explains open access

Speaking at yesterday's 35th annual UBS Global Media & Communications conference Verizon President and COO Denny Strigl touted his company's recently announced plans to open its wireless network

700 MHz auction: Clearwire won't bid; VZW will

Clearwire filed a document with the SEC stating that it will not bid in the upcoming 700 MHz auction in January, but the company did not give a reason for the decision to abstain. Potential bidders

700 MHz bidders file intentions

The applications for potential bidders in the upcoming 700 MHz auction this January came to pass on Monday, and at least two bidders announced their intent before applying:

Google Maps 2.0 released

Google released version 2.0 of its Google Maps mobile location and search application. New features include a beta version of Google's My Location technology, which triangulates cell tower ID

Verizon Wireless: We will use Google's Android

During an interview with BusinessWeek, Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam said that the carrier will support Google's