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The New Times are Better: WebRTC vs. VoI

If you have been with me in at past events, you know that things have a tendency to go in cycles  And go knows I have seen a lot of cycles.  I can remember listening to the father of analog...

Google Smoogle, MSFT offers B&N $1B for Nook

You can't make this stuff up, but I am not sure how valid this rumor is given that it seems to have disappeared from Techcrunch.  It was reported that Microsoft wanted to buy into Nook from Barnes and Noble for...

Regulatory 2.0 to be Streamed on Friday February 4, sign up now

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Is Clearwire on the Market

According the Wall Street Journal Dan Hesse the CEO of Sprint and two other execs have resigned from the board of Clearwire.This indicates some interesting issues as to why now.  Sprint owns 54% of Clearwire, but it does not have...

Clearwire Saved by LTE? Its not the Technology its the Spectrum.

Don't let the Technocrats confuse the issue,. The story is still about Internet Access and in the wireless world this means SPECTRUM.

Web envy Google vs. Vodafone

At Mobile World Congress Vittiorio Colao the CEO of Vodafone made mention of the fact that regardless of what smart phone your were using over 80% of the time was using Google. This pointed to the latest love hate the...

Google vs. Apple

Google and Apple are vying for your attention today. If you are a carrier, your bed fellows are not staying the night! Google with the Nexus One announcement that is all about the Android operating system and not a carrier....

Report Excerpt: Market Launches Keep Clearwire on Target

Editor's note: The following is an excerpt from our latest quarterly report on all things Clearwire, the CLEARWIRE NTK OCTOBER 2009 (need to know) report, available now for the low low price of $4.95. In this excerpt we talk about...

What Is and Isn't under the FCC Jurisdiction

Can the Enhanced Service Provider exemption stay in place?On the Google Policy Blog Rick Whitt responds to the FCC letter from ATT regarding Google Voice.  It is very pertinent to the discussion we are having on the Calliflower call tomorrow...

My Instincts about the Korean market opening up for iPhone

It will be interesting to see what happens next, now that the Korean Communications Commission has okayed the importing of iPhones and Blackberries.  Korean has a very saturated market, so I would not expect a fast migration.  However I would...

Death Star Apple

Lately, I am feeling right at home.  Regulatory is rearing its head and as some one no longer trying to navigate it, I can just sit back and watch the events.Nothing is more fun to look at then the tenor...

The War is Still a Skirmish amongst Giants:

Andy Abramson sent me a note about the Truphone announcement regarding an iPhone bug.  It is not that Apple targeted Truphone its just a bug.  Here is the post,Apple iPhone Bug Isn't Truphone's Problem I'm posting is a Public Service...

I can't be the only one suffering! Address Book MisManagement

As a bell head the concept of state was indoctrinated into me.  I am not sure if this was through Osmosis, the continue using of the Bell System Practice as a head rest, or the "My Network" mentality.Today the peers...

The Apple Google war may make ATT the Victim.

While the California Titans get into a contest of wills, ATT's congressional nemesis is looking to add to the battle.I have to say it's pretty amazing to me what Congress focuses on, but the letters from the FCC inquiring about...

The 4GWE Newsletter will come out today: Me vs. GigaOM?

I hope you are a subscriber...Turns out I have taken a contrarian view from our friend's at Gigaom.  The second paragraph in particular is mind boggling to me.The App Store is just the latest game changer to come out of...

Widget Wonders & Apps Trap

Finally some sense out of someone about the App Store.Today's Journal calls Malcolm Gladwell out on his favorable view of the ability to charge for content thanks to the app store.  Shaw Wu from Kaufman Brothers points out that at...

Devices What Catches your Eye!

I walked over to Best Buy with Rich Tehrani, as a result of the 99 cent promo for a Compaq netbook with Sprint service.  Counting the floor model which had to be initialized while we talked, they had 2 in...

Scenario Planning; If You Build It Will They Come?

"A sales guy is usually the last guy to call a downturn", is the quote from Dave Vellequette of JDS Uniphase in today's Journal as they discuss the value of scenario planning in a recession.I think all the carriers are...

Anton Wahlman Guest Blog on the Palm Pre

I played with the Palm Pre for a few hours today, at two different Sprint Stores.  My review below is not a comprehensive review (go to www.engadget.com and equivalent for that), but it does point out my observations and comparisons....

4G - Power Car

Have I mentioned, my obsession with battery.  I do not consider myself a hog on power, but my phones are constantly running out of battery.  Yesterday's trip did not have the blogging I expected, because it did not have the...

My GPhone gets a Needed Update

As the world continues to view the smartphone market as a battle between RIM and Apple, my T-Mobile Google phone is about to get an OS update that will bring on some new features. The update will also provide improvements...

Open Source Net Neutrality via Google

Just in Time for wireless broadband to start playing out Google has started the M Lab and M stands for Measurement of your connectivity.  The beauty of this place is not in the tools, many of which have existed for...

The Smartphone OS Market

Storm is lagging behind Bold in the RIM world. It maybe the navigation issues are still problematic.

Day 1: 4GWE Preview

Next week at this time, the discussions will be about the future of policy and protocols in wireless communications.Here is a preview of Monday's sessionsFanny Mlinarsky and Brough Turner will start our morning off with a historical discussion about the...

WhiteSpace LandGrab

When Google's Rick Whitt said that Whitespace is "WiFi on steroids" he may have been more prophetic than he realized. Following the FCC's approval of the use of Whitespace,  the debate over what standards should be developed and applied to...
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