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GOOG can used the combined spectrums of MVNO's for added coverage.......but keep in mind GOOG is working on 5G technology using millimeter spectrum and has a mountain of fiber. Maybe GOOG is getting ready to light up its dark fiber holdings across the U.S. and will use the MVNO as a coverage stop gap measure as it rolls up its own complementary network. Do some homework on GOOG's actions as I copy and post a writing of mine on T's mb from a couple weeks ago.
Google gets into 5G game via Alpental acquisition
Then read months later patent filing for a technique for analyzing the spectrum of a signal in a millimeter-wave band with high accuracy:
Millimeter-wave band spectrum analysis device and analysis method
US 20140292305 A1
Google tests waters for potential ultra-fast wireless service
All of this happening in the last six months as it looks like Google could be forming the basis for an ISP that could punch holes in not only ISP but VOIP and TV as well. A wireless IP of that kind of speed has very easy capability to service not only web surfing but voice/text and streaming TV. I'm sure the big boys are watching over their shoulders. It could get real interesting. Google barrels into neighborhoods without having to bury fiber to each home? Game changer. Better build a low cost ISP structure or Google comes in and takes your cake
Number one could quickly be Google with all their dark fiber and a ground breaking 5G millimeter technology being unleashed at a much cheaper capex than full fiber to the home. Fiber strung to one pole in the neighborhood and bam, a new bundler in the market offering internet, mobile+home phone and streaming TV. The speed of deployment would be very swift if the need to run fiber into the home is completely eliminated. Incumbents should be falling all over themselves to get cheap ISP technologies made available. Google may soon shatter the duopoly held by T and VZ (as is TMUS isn't already wreaking havoc!).
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Sentiment: Strong Buy
Google has had a nice run up from $489... very good run... I bought some calls.. made a few buck.. had my eye on PCLN for a minute.. now I'm back to trying to find a Google trade. Google should be releasing earnings soon. I don't think they will be very favorable. I still have those 3/20/15 450 puts (getting killed on them though), it happens. I have my eye on the 1/30/15 510 puts @4.20/4.50 or the 2/6/15 500 puts @ 3.20/3.80.. I'm leaning toward the Feb 6 500 puts.. more time value although further out of the money. I am going to watch today and tomorrow. Anything less than $3.00 and I'm in. That will give me 10 trading days and 30+ points to go. Any thoughts?
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Google spent a record $16.83 million last year and surpassed cable and telecom giant Comcast for the first time in lobbying the federal government, according to a new Consumer Watchdog report analyzing records filed by big tech and communications companies with the Clerk of the House.
“They’ve been very concerned about privacy regulations. They’ve been active in the space about net neutrality,” said John Simpson, Consumer Watchdog’s privacy director, in an interview Wednesday with the Mercury News. “They’ve just, I think, got the money to throw around and pressure policymakers the way they want to go.”
Google’s lobbying of federal regulators and lawmakers grew by 20 percent from 2013. Comcast was close behind at $16.8 million, but down 10 percent from the previous year.
Once considered Democrat-leaning, Google has increasingly sought to influence both sides of the aisle, hiring as its top lobbyist Susan Molinari, a former GOP congresswoman, in 2013. Simpson said his figures also don’t count all the “soft lobbying” Google and other tech companies do when they bankroll like-minded think-tanks and other organizations.
Simpson (who is no fan of Google, as we’ve reported previously) said the amount of money spent by tech and communications companies is outrageous and should concern the public.
“Policy-making isn’t about big ideas, it’s about big bucks,” he said. “Google doesn’t do anything unless it benefits their own bottom line. They might put it in the guise of ‘Don’t be evil,’ but they’re much more ruthless and calculating than people understand.”
Here is Consumer Watchdog’s list of the 2014 lobbying amounts for five other tech firms:
Cisco spent $2.35 million in 2014, a 25 percent decrease from 2013.
IBM spent $4.95 million, a 30 percent decrease.
Intel spent $3.80 million, a 13 percent decrease.
Oracle spent $5.83 million, a 3 percent decrease.
Yahoo spent $2.94 million, a 6 percent increase.*
GOOG couldn't make money from Android, so planning to sell insurance & phone plans to generate revenue. Expect GOOG to sell hamburgers next!
Have any of you seen this? I found this article on Seeking Alpha. I read the court complaints, and it's legit. Google got caught red handed stealing technology from this company and already have a preliminary injunction against Google in Germany. The evidence is overwhelming and downright embarrassing for Google. A permanent injunction in Germany is expected in early summer.
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