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Google Wireless Network

Google has been discussing releasing their own wireless serviceĀ under the name “Project Fi” for some time now. There are no release dates for this service as of yet, however; there have been a couple interesting leaks recently. 329 more words


RadioShack stores get a new roommate: Sprint

Your local RadioShack may have just sprouted a Sprint store.

On Friday, Sprint started opening 1,435 co-branded Sprint-RadioShack stores across the U.S. in a move that will expand the retail presence for the nation’s fourth-largest wireless carrier. 211 more words


Google announces its play to become a wireless service provider

They already make smartphones (Nexus) and one of the leading smartphone Operating System (Android). It makes the perfect market entry and pivot don’t you think? 102 more words


Google confirms it wants to be a wireless carrier!

Following nearly a year of rumors, Google confirmed on Monday that it plans to offer talk and data plans to customers.

Sundar Pichai, senior VP at Google, said on stage at Mobile World Congress during a presentation that the company is working on a wireless service on a “small scale.”

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Big Carriers Wear Many Hats

I have seen several articles lately that note how carriers like AT&T and Verizon play both sides of the regulatory fence. But this is something that industry insiders who work with these carriers have known for years. 792 more words

Regulation - What Is It Good For?