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What will Apple do for its iPhone encore?

Macworld 2008 is now officially underway in San Francisco, and the question on everyone's minds heading into CEO Steve Jobs' annual keynote is how--or even if--the computing giant can top itself

Startup a la Mobile unveils first Google Android apps

Linux systems platform and open-source mobile tech firm a la Mobile announced its support of Google's Android platform via what it's calling the industry's first demonstration of applications based

Opera 9.5 SDK for Devices released

Mobile browser developer Opera Software issued its Opera 9.5 SDK for Devices, touting improvements including a new beta visual effects layer promising fluid transitions, panning, zooming and

FCC releases final list of 700 MHz auction bidders

The FCC released the final list of qualified bidders for the 700 MHz auction that included 214 applicants, up from the 170 qualified bidders from the original list. The FCC designated these

Clearwire taps Google for Apps

In a deal that echoes a move by one-time WiMAX partner Sprint, Clearwire has tapped Google to provide the company's Apps suite to its subscribers. The suite includes Gmail, Google Calendar and Google

White space fight gets ugly

The battle over white space spectrum, those unused airwaves that sit between spectrum licensed to television broadcasters, continues to heat up. The

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Ramifications of Frontline's demise

Frontline Wireless recently closed its business leaving plans for a nationwide public safety network following the 700 MHz auction in the lurch. It's anybody's guess what will happen to the D Block

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Leap's impressive Q4: adds 152K net subs

Leap Wireless added an impressive 152,000 net new customers during the fourth quarter of last year. The carrier finished out the year with some 2.86 million customers and a quarterly churn rate of