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Verizon in talks to lease Clearwire spectrum for $1.5 billion

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Verizon could be looking to bolster its wireless network with Clearwire spectrum, according to the Wall Street Journal. The potential deal, of which little is known at the moment, would see the nation's number one wireless operator forking over $1.5 billion for use of Clearwire's spectrum. Leasing spectrum an...
Verizon in talks to lease Clearwire spectrum for $1.5 billion
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Carpathia blasts government for hypocrisy on Megaupload servers

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On Monday, Carpathia renewed its call to be relieved of the costs of holding onto the servers. In a court filing, it pins the blame on the US government, which has consistently opposed allowing Megaupload to either compensate Carpathia for its storage and depreciation costs or allowing Megaupload to...
Carpathia blasts government for hypocrisy on Megaupload servers

Leap iPhone Sales More of a Worrisome Hop

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“Sales of Apple devices were pretty good in the fourth quarter, actually. … We are not concerned about … meeting the Apple commitment. We think that’s going to be fine.” – Leap Wireless COO Jerry Elliott, last week If Leap Wireless COO Jerry Elliott isn’t concerned that the company will...
Leap iPhone Sales More of a Worrisome Hop

Honda heats up EV battle with reduced lease price

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For its Fit EV, Honda announces a reduced leasing price of $259 per month over three years. [Read more]...
Honda heats up EV battle with reduced lease price

AT&T sends a letter to the FCC that confirms they’re interested in working with Dish

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Dish Network, the budget satellite television company, sits on 40 MHz worth of spectrum in the 2 GHz band. They’ve already stated that they want to build an LTE-Advanced network using that spectrum, and now they’re just waiting to get the thumbs up from the FCC to go ahead and...
AT&T sends a letter to the FCC that confirms they’re interested in working with Dish

Megaupload User Data Gets Saved, At Least For Another 2 Weeks

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Megaupload who recently got shut down due to claims of piracy, copyright infringement, and money laundering, had the chance of all its user’s data deleted this week. Fortunately, they’ve received an extension, but not for long. Why the deletion of data? The simple fact is, since the file hosting...
Megaupload User Data Gets Saved, At Least For Another 2 Weeks

AMD planning on selling, leasing back Texas campus

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In an effort to prop up its finances, chip manufacturer AMD is planning to sell and lease-back its Texas campus. AMD expects to be able to sell the 58-acre site for between $150 and $200 million. The move mirrors similar tactics used to generate cash from both the Sunnyvale, California...
AMD planning on selling, leasing back Texas campus

AT&T Doesn't Want Dish, They Just Don't Want Competition - AT&T Maneuvers to Derail Dish LTE Build

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The last few weeks we've noted that for some reason, Wall Street stock jocks really seem to want AT&T to buy Dish. That's a rumor that has circulated for as long as we've been in existence, but it has seen new legs recently under the premise that because the T-Mobile...
AT&T Doesn't Want Dish, They Just Don't Want Competition - AT&T Maneuvers to Derail Dish LTE Build

Vodafone debuts new 'Red Hot' smartphone rental plan, offers 12 month trade-in on flagship smartphones

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UK mobile operator Vodafone is getting into the smartphone leasing game, debuting its new ‘Red Hot’ smartphone plan that provides customers with the option to rent a flagship smartphone over a 12 month period. If you sign up on a Red Hot plan, you can rent an iPhone 5, Samsung...
Vodafone debuts new 'Red Hot' smartphone rental plan, offers 12 month trade-in on flagship smartphones

Huawei to set up $90 million R&D center in Helsinki, taking on Nokia in its own backyard

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As Nokia attempts to recoup some money from the sale (and subsequent leasing back) of its Espoo headquarters, Chinese device maker and telecommunications specialist Huawei has announced it is to invest €70 million in establishing an R&D center in Helsinki, taking on its smartphone rival in its own back yard....
Huawei to set up $90 million R&D center in Helsinki, taking on Nokia in its own backyard

Google: Chromebooks now serve web-happy students in over 500 European, US school districts

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Whatever you think of the latest round of Chromebooks, school districts have clearly latched on to existing models. Over 500 school districts across Europe and the US are currently deploying the Google-powered laptops for learning the web way. Specialized web app packs and that rare leasing model are already...
Google: Chromebooks now serve web-happy students in over 500 European, US school districts

Leak: RIM ex-CEO would have let Android, iPhone use BIS

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RIM's former co-CEO Jim Balsillie had proposed using BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) servers to provide data for non-BlackBerry hardware shortly before he resigned his position, new leaks uncovered on Friday. The method outlined to Reuters would have let carriers offer Android and iPhone devices with cheaper data plans that limited...
Leak: RIM ex-CEO would have let Android, iPhone use BIS

Nokia confirms sale and leasing back of its Espoo HQ in €170 million deal with Exilion

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Nokia has confirmed it has sold its Espoo headquarters to Finnish company Exilion in a deal worth €170 million, leasing the property back from the company as it attempts to reduce costs as part of its new smartphone and mobile strategies. “We had a comprehensive sales process with both Finnish and...
Nokia confirms sale and leasing back of its Espoo HQ in €170 million deal with Exilion
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