Google Wants to Use White Spaces for Mobile Broadband

Google confirmed in a letter to the FCC today that it's moving forward on plans to use white spaces—unused slivers of TV spectrum suitable for high-speed wireless—for mobile broadband services. It's been doing its own testing of gear, and they're "willing to provide, at no cost to third parties, the technical support… »3/24/08 12:40pm3/24/08 12:40pm

Google Event Monday About White Spaces: Google Wi-Fi in the Works?

Google, along with Microsoft, Dell, Intel, HP and Philips are pretty hot on devices that use white spaces—unused little blocks of the TV spectrum band that are prem-o for high-speed wireless. Billy G, for instance, wants to use it to make Wi-Fi even awesomer. So Google's announcement they're holding a press conference… »3/22/08 12:30pm3/22/08 12:30pm