Tuesday, October 09, 2007

AT&T Buys Spectrum, Bittorrent Goes Legit, WalMart Offers Broadband, FAA Says No To Mobile Phones

AT&T Buys 700 MHz Spectrum From ALOHA

The transaction enhances AT&T's spectrum position by adding 12 MHz of spectrum covering 196 million people in 281 markets. The spectrum covers many major metropolitan areas, including 72 of the top 100 and all of the top 10 markets in the United States.

Bittorrent Goes Legit With Streaming Video

the developer of a software program widely used to share pirated music and video over the Web, plans to start helping media companies stream videos over the Internet.

WalMart Introduces Broadband Service

Wal-Mart Stores plans to announce Oct. 9 that it will resell high-speed Internet access from Hughes Communications , the world's largest provider of broadband services via satellite. Will satellite service fly with these consumers?

FAA Says No To Mobile Phones On Planes

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