The Changing Faces of the Wireless Industry


There seem to be two distinct sectors forming in the wireless industry. One side is wireless as part of a bundle of services. The other is wireless as a standalone product. That means how we measure and track companies on both sides may have to change. Growth and change are affecting companies like AT&T Mobility, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile, US Cellular, TracFone and C Spire on the service side of the industry, as well as companies like Apple, Google, Samsung, Nokia and many others on the product side.

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John Oliver Explains 'Net Neutrality' With a Few Choice Words


Sectors of society ranging from public interest groups to Google and Facebook oppose the FCC’s mid-May passage of new Net neutrality rules. However, they’re going about the issue all wrong, comedian John Oliver said in a rant on Net neutrality. “The cable companies have figured out the great truth of America: If you want to do something evil, put it inside something boring,” Oliver said. “That’s why advocates should not be talking about protecting Net neutrality; they should call it preventing cable company f*ckery, because that’s what it is.”

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