Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Google's Explainer-in-Chief Can't Explain Apple - WSJ.com

Another looming nightmare for wide-area wireless service providers
"WSJ: Is Google looking at owning a wireless network?
Mr. Schmidt: I'm sure we will discuss this, but at the moment we're busy working on wireline [Internet]. This Kansas City stuff [where Google is rolling out a high-speed fiber network] is extraordinarily exciting, and we're focusing on that.
The current spectrum shortage [currently facing the mobile industry] is real, but it's an artifact of a licensing and regulatory error. New technology allows there to be lots of spectrum, far more than you could use."
Google's Explainer-in-Chief Can't Explain Apple - WSJ.com
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