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Does Google Fiber Move Mean Goodbye Comcast, Hello Google TV?

Google's announcement of a major exploratory move into the networking business with Google Fiber is proof that owning and operating infrastructure is still a competitive advantage.

Cloud Dreamin' - Google wants to build what?

The world's most famous Internet company uses the annual conference of the company that practically invented the Software-as-a-Service industry to announce that Google's next business move is manufacturing telephones.

Microsoft Buys Skype: Play it Again Sam...

I woke up this morning with the world around me atwitter. Not the finches on the back fence, but with the news that the Evil Empire had acquired Skype. I was temped to post a link to this 2008 VoIP Princess post and go back to sleep.

Wave goodbye to all-you-can-eat mobile data plans

There was plenty of buzz about Apple's new iPhone 4. But less-noted was AT&T's abandonment of unlimited data plans. AT&T isn't the first carrier to observe that more is less when it comes to iPhone profits. As smartphone subscribers eat up rich media and interactive content, operational costs grow faster than ARPU.

Another brick in Google's VoIP wall

This morning Global IP Solutions announced that it has entered into a $68 million buyout agreement with Google. Add that to Google's February, 2010 announcement that it was undertaking an "experiment" to build 1-Gbps FTTH networks, and it's clear that Google has plans to become a serious telecom infrastructure player.

Another brick in Google's VoIP wall

This morning Global IP Solutions announced that it has entered into a $68 million buyout agreement with Google. Add that to Google's February, 2010 announcement that it was undertaking an "experiment" to build 1-Gbps FTTH networks, and it's clear that Google has plans to become a serious telecom infrastructure player.