The Circuit: SOTU preview, Twitter to triple revenue, Consumer Watchdog asks about Google
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AT&T announced its intentions to buy the spectrum that Qualcomm had reserved for its Flo TV service for $1.925 billion on Monday.
If you think cellphone bills are complicated now, just wait. Within weeks, some of the biggest wireless companies will offer super-fast Internet connections for cellphones that rival the speeds delivered to desktop computers. As competitors follow suit with their own...
| November 30, 2010; 7:30 AM ET |
Categories: AT&T, Broadband, Clearwire, Consumers, FCC, Facebook, Google, Mobile, Online Video, Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile, Twitter, Verizon
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Verizon Wireless said Wednesday it will launch a high-speed Internet network in 38 metropolitan areas by the end of the year, a major upgrade to mobile phone service that allows users to watch videos and play games with nearly the...
Harbinger-Skyterra ink $7 billion deal with Nokia to build 4G LTE satellite mobile broadband network
Harbinger Capital, a New York investment firm with extensive telecommunications holdings, announced Tuesday a eight-year, $7 billion deal with Nokia Siemens Networks to build and operate a satellite and mobile broadband network for wireless providers and other businesses. The new...