Why Cable Companies, Google Are Eyeing Wireless Spectrum

As companies compete for any advantage, some unlikely names are showing interest in radio spectrum. The FCC is set to auction off 90Mhz pieces of the 1.7GHz to 2.1GHz bands. Names such as Google and Time Warner and Verizon are all being listed as possibly interested in pieces of the spectrum. The theories on what these companies would use the bandwidth for are many, but most seem to involve the companies leveraging existing media into a wireless market.
Via [news.zdnet.com]

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