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Ford recently opened a new research center in the heart of Silicon Valley, where the car maker will seek to generate big ideas for the next generation of connected, autonomous vehicles. Ford opened its new Research and Innovation Center here to position the company more...

source: PC Mag

The Federal Communications Commission has closed bidding in the AWS-3 auction. In a recent announcement, the FCC said Blocks G, H, I and J garnered no bids or withdrawals during Round 337. Since no proactive activity waivers had been placed and the reserve price has already...

source: Wireless Week

Recently, the First Responder Network Authority formally launched the federal consultation process with a kick-off meeting in Washington, D.C., with more than a dozen federal departments and agencies in attendance. "The federal...

source: FierceWirelessTech

Net neutrality is gaining traction in Washington, D.C., as both a policy and political issue. Congressmen Fred Upton, R-Michigan, and Greg Walden, R-Oregon, who are the Chairman of the House Commerce Committee and the Subcommittee on Communication Technology, respectfully,...

source: RCR Wireless

Cablevision is getting ready to pick a fight with your mobile phone company. Next month, the cable operator is going to introduce a low-cost mobile phone service dubbed Freewheel that's based entirely on Wi-Fi connectivity. Freewheel will offer existing Cablevision internet...

source: Gigaom

Google's rumored MVNO service with Sprint and T-Mobile US would hunt for the best available cellular or Wi-Fi signal to route voice, text message and data traffic, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The report, citing unnamed...

source: FierceWireless


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