Submitted by Vames 1102d ago | news

Google wants to be a wireless carrier

BGR: Google (GOOG) has already conquered the software side of smartphones and now the technology giant is reportedly in talks to take over the airwaves. (AT&T, Google, Industry, Verizon, Web)

Credit url: mobilenapps.com
Captain Tuttle  +   1102d ago
I see nothing wrong with more competition
kingPoS  +   1101d ago
All the better! The carrier market can always use more competition.

Google is becoming aware, soon we'll have our very own Skynet. lol
gamernova  +   1101d ago
I think that it means every other company is screwed because I am willing to switch over haha
cee773  +   1101d ago
Yes all they need is unlimited internet for a reasonable price and I'm in
shutUpAndTakeMyMoney  +   1101d ago
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