Obama proposes new wireless spectrum licensing fees; Is Nokia really planning an enterance into the laptop market?

> President Obama proposed new wireless spectrum licensing fees in his budget outline last week. This move could potentially bring in as much as $4.8 billion in revenue over the next decade. Article

> Google's Richard White sat down with FierceWireless to talk about white spaces, open networks and spectrum auctions. Article

> Is Nokia really planning an entrance into the laptop market? Article

> T-Mobile's data revenue bumped upward in the last quarter to 18.5% of service revenue, but the increase wasn't necessarily due to its new 3G networks. Article

And Finally... Is Cablevision's WiFi plan a stunt? Article

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