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The CTIA news that didn't happen

The big buzz at the CTIA 2008 trade show here in Las Vegas was the hope that Sprint Nextel would make its big announcement around its WiMAX Xohm business. Word was that Sprint wanted to make an

Déjà vu: Arun Sarin brings MWC speech to CTIA

Vodafone Group CEO Arun Sarin kicked off the second day of the CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas by explaining to the audience that

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

At a press luncheon yesterday AT&T Mobility president Ralph de la Vega hinted that AT&T was finally coming around to Google's Android platform after meeting with Google recently. "I like it a

Arun Sarin brings MWC speech to CTIA

Vodafone Group CEO Arun Sarin kicked off the second day of the CTIA Wireless show here in Las Vegas by explaining to the audience that Virgin Group CEO Richard Branson's keynote yesterday was

Branson plays CTIA for the fool

After landing his hot-air balloon on the Palms Hotel, Virgin Group CEO and founder Sir Richard Branson gave a keynote address yesterday that rarely touched on the wireless industry save for a few

Branson plays CTIA for the fool

After landing his hot-air balloon on the Palms Hotel, Virgin Group CEO and founder Sir Richard Branson gave a keynote address this morning that rarely touched on the wireless industry save for a few

CTIA 2008--Smartphone Summit

At a panel on the "Best New Smartphone Handsets & Devices," execs from Nokia, RIM,

Cable's love affair with wireless

  Cable's love affair with wireless I'm amazed at the cable industry's never-ending fascination with wireless. Over the years there have been many attempts by cable companies to get a foothold in

Go away, Google

I may be risking FierceTelecom's future page views and search results when I say this, but here goes: Google, will you please just go away? Google, dear pop culture icon and money machine, Google,

Google steps up white-space efforts

Now that the 700 MHz spectrum auction is over, Google has turned its attention once again to the "white space" unlicensed spectrum debate: In a letter to the FCC, Google pressed the government to