FCC to (Finally) Set Wireless Auction Rules

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The FCC will finally set the rules for the latest wirelss spectrum auction on Tuesday, after months of lobbying by Google, Verizon, and AT&T–a war that Google appears to have won.  Google has promised to spend nearly half its massive cash pile on spectrum ($4.6 billion) if the FCC forces the auction winner to set some spectrum aside for “open access.”  Kim Hart, WaPo

Open Access?  Can we use iPhones with that?

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