Month: November 2007

IP Communications Week in Review November 30, 2007

This past week in IP communications was full of news from companies like Voxalot, iBasis, Vonage, Polycom and more. My
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XV6800: Why Verizon Wireless Opened Up

There could not be a happier person on the face of the earth than I regarding Verizon Wireless opening up
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Online Advertising: a Problem of Plenty

I ran across this article from BtoBOnline which talks about how much data online advertising generates and discuses some ways
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Google to Bid on 700 MHz Spectrum

While it is not really a surprise at this point, Google will be bidding on the 700 MHz spectrum auction
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The Second Sprint Merger That Wasn’t

Most in the blogosphere seemed to think a Google acquisition of Sprint was unlikely and although I agree the businesses
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Microsoft Billion Dollar Web Loss

I was reading an article from Internet.com explaining how Microsoft is losing over a billion dollars a year online.  
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Google Maps Simulated GPS

I could not have been more excited to learn I could use Google Maps on my mobile phone to simulate
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iPhone Gets Real Network

Many current iPhone users will certainly say it is about time that in 2008, iPhones will run on a proper
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Sprint Turns Down $5 Billion Offer

Sprint Turns Down $5 Billion Offer CNBC is reporting Sprint Nextel turned down a 5 billion dollar offer (according to
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FCC: Worry about TVoIP not Cable

As the FCC vs. Cable struggle continues, I can’t help but wonder if Chairman Kevin Martin isn’t spending too much
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