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AIR.U to bring Super WiFi to small college towns, Microsoft and Google to be part of the process

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Looks like town and gown communities will be among the first to experience "super WiFi," the high-speed broadband made possible, in part, by TV. After getting the FCC nod back in the fall of 2010, the white spaces harboring these unused television frequencies were opened up, paving the way...
AIR.U to bring Super WiFi to small college towns, Microsoft and Google to be part of the process

FCC chair grants AT&T's wish for a nationwide 4G band

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AT&T asked, and the Federal Communications Commission most definitely listened. Three months after AT&T submitted a complex proposal to turn a very cellular-unfriendly band into pristine 4G airwaves, FCC chairman Julius Genachowski appears set to push AT&T’s request through the commission. Genachowski on Wednesday began circulating a proposed order among...
FCC chair grants AT&T's wish for a nationwide 4G band

Ofcom confirms seven bidders approved for UK 4G spectrum auction in January 2013

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Just over a week after the regulator announced that it was accepting applications for the UK’s upcoming 4G spectrum auction, Ofcom has announced the seven companies that will vie for key parts of the 800 MHz and 2.7 GHz bands beginning January 2013. Ofcom says that EE, HKT-PCCW, Hutchinson (Three),...
Ofcom confirms seven bidders approved for UK 4G spectrum auction in January 2013

FCC Chairman Genachowski to announce resignation Friday, report says

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FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski reportedly plans to resign, ending a four-year term marked by significant efforts to expand wired and wireless broadband services across the U.S....
FCC Chairman Genachowski to announce resignation Friday, report says

UK's 4G auction gets under way, as seven bidders compete for 28 lots of mobile spectrum

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Ofcom, the UK’s communications regulator, today announced that it has opened bidding for the mobile spectrum auction in the UK, allowing seven pre-confirmed parties to begin submitting bids for 28 lots of two LTE bands ahead of a late spring/early summer launch. As announced previously, the auction will be contested...
UK's 4G auction gets under way, as seven bidders compete for 28 lots of mobile spectrum

EU network operators say bandwidth-hungry services should not compete for spectrum

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Europe's telecom network operators on Tuesday said that bandwidth-hungry services like UHDTV (ultra high definition television) and 3DTV should be distributed via cable or satellite instead of competing with other services for spectrum.The uptake of mobile wireless broadband services in the European Union shows no sign of abating, and...
EU network operators say bandwidth-hungry services should not compete for spectrum

Qualcomm Set to Get License in India

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Qualcomm is all set to get an Internet service license in India after it reached an agreement with the federal government to resolve their last dispute that was holding up the chip maker's plan to roll out wireless broadband services....
Qualcomm Set to Get License in India

AT&T shoots for 2015 launch of new LTE network

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AT&T isn’t going to waste too much time putting a new LTE network into service over its freshly minted 4G airwaves – at least not by mobile industry standards. Shortly after the FCC gave its blessing for AT&T to launch mobile broadband in the previously useless 2.3 GHz band, AT&T...
AT&T shoots for 2015 launch of new LTE network

What The New Kindle Means To Amazon

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On Thursday, Amazon announced another family of branded shopping carts in which consumers can pile a wealth of digital goods. Sure, they may look like a Kindle e-reader, or the new Kindle Fire tablets - but make no mistake about the goals Amazon has for the new devices. Company executives...
What The New Kindle Means To Amazon

FreedomPop launches free WiMAX services as a public beta

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FreedomPop has finally launched its promised free WiMAX wireless broadband services. Users will need to place a refundable deposit down on their choice of a wireless hotspot ($89), USB dongle ($49), iPhone 4/4S case ($99) or an iPod touch case ($99). In return, the first 500MB of data will be...
FreedomPop launches free WiMAX services as a public beta
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