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FCC begins second round of white-space testing

During its open meeting last week, the FCC announced its schedule for testing four new devices designed to operate in white-space spectrum--those airwaves that sit between broadcasters'

Google, Philips, Moto submit white space devices

During its open meeting yesterday the FCC announced its schedule for testing four new devices that are designed to run on the white spaces of spectrum that sits between broadcasters' DTV airwaves.

The difficulties surrounding the D Block

  The difficulties surrounding the D Block Frontline Wireless announced last week that it was "closed for

Economy could hurt 700 MHz auction

Will the 700 MHz auction be as big of a windfall for the federal government as what continues to be touted? Dubbed as the last of the beach-front property when it comes to spectrum availability in

FCC releases final 700 MHz bidder list

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

Helio launches Samsung Mysto Slider

Helio launched an English-version of the Mysto Slider nationwide. The phone, which was soft launched last month in a

Clearwire makes deal with Google for WiMAX apps

In a deal that echoes a move by one-time WiMAX partner Sprint, Clearwire has tapped

DEALS: Aruba acquires Airwave

DEALSWHOWITHWHATSCOOPArubaAirwaveAruba Networks plans to acquire Airwave Wireless for $37 million in stock and cash.Plus Aruba appears to be looking to usurp competitors such as

Apple: 4M iPhones sold to date

The MacBook Air may have stolen the show at this year's MacWorld Expo but Apple CEO Steve Jobs' keynote did include two wireless-related products and announcements:Time Capsule: Essentially an

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