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Operator community butts heads with Google again

Operator community butts heads with Google again The operator community once again finds itself butting heads with the likes of Google as CTIA has now weighed in on the fight over unlicensed

CTIA weighs in on white-space spectrum debate

CTIA has now weighed in on the fight over the use of unlicensed white space spectrum, that spectrum that sits between airwaves currently licensed to TV broadcasters. CTIA joins Sprint Nextel and

Jamcracker keeps SaaS announcements coming

About 10 years ago, the telecom industry was enamored with the CLEC model (or at least anyone with money and time in a CLEC was), and ready for the next big thing in the service provider evolution.

Is 3 UK moving toward a bit-pipe model?

Kevin Russel, CEO of 3 UK, which has taken the open access model to heart by opening up its network to any application, has reset the company's business objectives by stating there will be less

CTIA, carriers join NAB against white space devices

Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile USA and the CTIA have sided with the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in the white spaces battle. Just as Google announced that it was turning its attention away

Hands-on with Sony Ericsson's Xperia

Just about the most hyped handset to come out of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this year, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1, a white labeled HTC phone, comes equipped with a hiptop-style

Google fesses up on spectrum strategy

Google finally admitted to the worst-kept secret in wireless when counsel Richard Whitt and Joseph Faber confessed that the web services giant's sole rationale for entering the FCC's recent 700

De la Vega: AT&T coming around on Android?

At a press luncheon during last week's CTIA Wireless 2008 event in Las Vegas, AT&T Mobility president Ralph de la Vega hinted that AT&T was finally coming around to Google's Android platform

Where now for European spectrum auctions?

While last week's CTIA Wireless event was the place to announce what you might plan to do with the 700MHz spectrum you've just won--offer 4G services, if you're

Google: We never intended to win 700 MHz licenses

Now that the 700 MHz auction winners are revealing their plans for the spectrum, Google is admitting it bid in the auction but never really intended to win the spectrum. Instead, in a corporate blog,