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Google could reveal its new wireless carrier today

Google is believed to be working on a new wireless carrier, relying on Sprint and T-Mobile’s networks for data connectivity. A new report suggests that this service could be officially announced today by the Mountain View company. This service which was initially known as Google Nova was believed to be known as Project Fi thanks

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Rumor: Google could start its own wireless service soon

Google already provides internet service for customers through its Fiber service (only limited to a few cities at the moment). However a new rumor suggests that the Mountain View company is also working on starting a new cellular service in the country. We have heard reports about this previously, but nothing noteworthy has cropped up

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AT&T LG G Flex drops by FCC

The AT&T LG G Flex has been spotted at the FCC website, days after the device was rumored to be heading to the wireless carrier. The document shows a device with the model number LG D959 (which is the model number of the LG smartphone) supporting LTE band 17. Other connectivity options that were revealed by

Sprint to impose $10 charge on Nextel iDEN customers

Call service provider Sprint recently announced its plan to impose an additional $10 charge against Nextel iDEN customers in January in an attempt to encourage customers to upgrade their phones to CDMA push-to-talk service. Sprint, the third largest long distance provider by subscribers, is apparently luring its subscribers to switch to CMDA before they shut

Sony Take Over Of Sony Ericsson Approved By European Commission

Back on October 6th Sony announced that it’s intention to buy out their partner Ericsson in Sony Ericsson mobile phones. Now just a little over three months later the merger has been approved by the European Commission. Sony’s CEO Sir Howard Stringer announced at a press conference at the International Consumer Electronics show that the

42Mbps Verizon 4G LTE At Lucas Oil Stadium Ahead Of Superbowl 46

The world is preparing to converge on Indianapolis Indiana and Lucas Oil Stadium for Super Bowl 46. Verizon Wireless, the wireless partner for the NFL, is preparing for the hundreds of thousands of extra wireless signals on their network during the big game and the festivities preceding it. Our good friend Josh Smith over at