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QUICKLINKS: Philips, Motorola and Microsoft submit white space devices to FCC; consumers satisfied by mobile options;

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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'

ALSO NOTED: FiberTower CEO Michael Gallagher resigned; Microsoft appointed Todd Peters as corporate vice president of marketing

> FiberTower CEO Michael Gallagher resigned. Release > Microsoft appointed Todd

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

Limelight expects 'high-end' results

Not long after being sued for patent infringement by Level 3 Communications, content delivery network provider Limelight Networks said that its fourth quarter 2007 revenue should end up at the high

Elop jilts Juniper for Microsoft

Juniper Networks chief operating officer Stephen Elop left the company this week, almost one year to the day after being named to the position. Elop is joining Microsoft to take charge of the

CES: Microsoft makes IPTV announcements

In his final keynote speech opening the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, a tradition that began 11 years ago, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates touched on several areas, including

CES: Comcast moves toward portable DVR

Cable TV giant Comcast Corp announced at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that it had teamed up with Panasonic to introduce an AnyPlay portable DVR device that can also

CES: Vonage, Skype step up efforts

While Microsoft, Comcast and others made a big splash at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, VoIP service providers Vonage and Skype were not to be out-done, despite what has

New group formed to push white-space services

A coalition of technology companies, public-interest advocates, think tanks and higher education organizations launched an alliance designed to work with the Federal Communications Commission and