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That’s what BusinessWeek concludes in a detailed article that recounts Google’s recent efforts to influence the outcome of the U.S. governme…

That’s what BusinessWeek concludes in a detailed article that recounts Google’s recent efforts to influence the outcome of the U.S. government auction of $10 billion is licenses to provide wireless services. The rules won’t be announced until June, but Google’s lobbying activities and its March move to join the Coalition for 4G in America (a consortium that joins Skype, Yahoo, satellite TV provider DirecTV, EchoStar, Intel and wireless services provider Access Spectrum) are bearing fruit. The coalition

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  1. Keshav Dahiya Thursday, May 3, 2007

    Google entering the wireless market may lead to a disaster for the small as well as big wireless fishes.
    The amerikas going wireless already and there is surge all over the globe, with IPTV and video on phone coming up fast. The key here is to how fast and the competetive startegy Google uses.

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