Google (kinda) gets its way in spectum debate for wireless internet.

As posted on July 22nd here .. and now being reports by almost every tech news site online [WSJ Story | New Scientist] yesterday the FCC did in fact "vote to shake up the US wireless market on Tuesday by approving rules for a big airwaves auction that would require the winner to make them accessible to any wireless device including cell-phones or laptop computers."



Read more here: "Old TV airwaves to be sold for wireless internet" [url=http://www.newscientisttech.com/article.ns?id=dn12395&feedId=tech_rss20]http://www.newscientisttech.com/article.ns?id=dn12395&feedId=tech_rss20[/url]



Just one more big reason we believe so strongly the "trends" post here that Mobile media will be a sea change in how we and ANY content provider can directly access the customer, regardless of location (known as our mobile media initiative)!


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