Federal spectrum 'is like an amoeba,' says official; NetZero ditched Verizon to launch on Sprint's CDMA network

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Making plans for the 1755 to 1780 MHz bands is difficult because federal spectrum "is like an amoeba," said an NTIA official. Article

> Tarana Wireless has joined Cisco's small cell wireless backhaul ecosystem. Release

> Story County, Iowa, attacked the federal case for blocking release of Paul Fitzgerald's FirstNet-related e-mails. Article

> HP and Google selected Altair's chip for LTE-only Chromebook. Article

> Intel is bringing its brand to cloud computing. Article

> Swiss company u-blox launched LTE category 4 modules. Release

> Dragonwave is targeting China for its microwave radios. Release

> A Juniper Networks' shareholder wants to retool the company strategy. Article

> Extreme Networks was named the NFL's official Wi-Fi analytics provider. Release

> NetZero ditched its Verizon contract and will launch on Sprint's CDMA network. Article

And finally… This choice stinks: Whether or not to rescue a skunk with a cup stuck on its head. Article

Suggested Articles

Japan’s NTT DoCoMo announced it is terminating its NB-IoT service, which it started offering almost a year ago.

Representatives from Verizon held conference calls urging the FCC to consider licensing part of the 6 GHz band.

Wireless carriers say their networks are holding up as more Americans do their work, schooling and entertainment from home.