It seems the wireless industry doesn’t have any use for the 18 TV channels it obtained in 2008 auction of 700 MHz spectrum.
Local ad spending is on the move—literally and figuratively—to mobile devices and online. That’s the latest finding from the folks at BIA/Kelsey.
It will receive a $400 million term loan and $45 million in revolving credit from Berkshire Hathaway...
The FCC is asking Verizon Wireless what it’s been doing with the 700 MHz licenses it won more than four years ago, now that it wants to sell them off.
The FCC has opened pleading cycles on requests from Cox to transfer its 700 MHz licenses to AT&T and U.S. Cellular.
It's not enough to occasionally Google oneself any longer. We now have to keep track of our own data.
The company said it filed voluntarily to give itself “time to resolve regulatory issues that have prevented it from building its coast-to-coast integrated satellite 4G wireless network.”
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