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US regulators clear Verizon's $3.6B purchase of 122 wireless licenses

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After an 8 month wait, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Department of Justice (DoJ) have today cleared Verizon’s $3.6 billion purchase of 122 advanced wireless services licenses from cable giant Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. In a statement, the FCC’s Chairman Julius Genachowski explains that because Verizon...
US regulators clear Verizon's $3.6B purchase of 122 wireless licenses

BSkyB profits up despite ad decline

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Net profit rises 8% as gains in total customers and efficiency make up for 6% advertising slide in second half of 2011BSkyB has announced net profit was 8% higher in the first half of its financial year despite a drop in advertising revenue.For the six months ending 31 December 2011,...
BSkyB profits up despite ad decline

RovAir Aims to be the Airbnb of Mobile Broadband Plans

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Got a mobile broadband device that you only really use a few times a month? Me too. If you’re sick of two-year contracts and monthly fees that go mostly to a gadget that sits idle in your bag until you’re out of range, there are a couple of different alternative...
RovAir Aims to be the Airbnb of Mobile Broadband Plans

Congress Trying To Regulate Certain Wireless Spectrum Issues... In A Payroll Tax Bill?

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We've all seen how Congress sneaks controversial issues into larger "must pass" bills. The folks over at Public Knowledge are highlighting how our elected officials are trying to sneak three questionable policies -- all related to wireless technologies and access -- into a single "must pass" payroll tax bill, that...
Congress Trying To Regulate Certain Wireless Spectrum Issues... In A Payroll Tax Bill?

Note to publishers: your addiction to DRM is killing you

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The Department of Justice’s lawsuit against two major book publishers — for allegedly colluding with Apple to keep the price of e-books artificially high — continues to make its way through the courts, and has set off a frenzy of finger-pointing about who is to blame for the destruction...
Note to publishers: your addiction to DRM is killing you

Europe's four biggest operators reportedly in talks to create EU-wide mobile network

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Despite owning large shares of independent markets across Europe, the continent’s major operators have reportedly entered talks with the view to creating an EU-wide mobile network capable of uniting national markets, the FT reports. According to the newspaper, telecoms executives from Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom, Telecom Italia and Telefonica met with...
Europe's four biggest operators reportedly in talks to create EU-wide mobile network
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The DoJ's e-Book Attack Solves Nothing

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The Department of Justice's (DoJ's) lawsuit against Apple and the major publishers over pricing may be a big win for Amazon, but is it really much of a win for Kindle owners? Ultimately, the suit may help Amazon shave a few bucks off of e-book prices, but it's doing...
The DoJ's e-Book Attack Solves Nothing

Congress Trying To Regulate Certain Wireless Spectrum Issues... In A Payroll Tax Bill?

www.techdirt.com
We've all seen how Congress sneaks controversial issues into larger "must pass" bills. The folks over at Public Knowledge are highlighting how our elected officials are trying to sneak three questionable policies -- all related to wireless technologies and access -- into a single "must pass" payroll tax bill, that...
Congress Trying To Regulate Certain Wireless Spectrum Issues... In A Payroll Tax Bill?

Clearwire announces LTE rollout cities, including Seattle

www.geekwire.com
Clearwire says it will launch its new LTE 4G network in 31 cities in the first half of next year, including Seattle, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago. The Bellevue-based wireless broadband provider says the network, which it calls TDD-LTE, will serve high-demand 4G “hot zones” in its...
Clearwire announces LTE rollout cities, including Seattle

FCC to LightSquared: No LTE for you!

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Yesterday, the FCC made its unofficial announcement stating its intent to deny LightSquared a waiver to build a high-powered, terrestrial LTE network. With this announcement, the FCC has hopefully put to rest a two-year-long conflict between LightSquared and everyone else in the mobile satellite services industry.The unofficial announcement by the...
FCC to LightSquared: No LTE for you!
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