Google Wireless Patent

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Gary posted that Google was awarded a patent to make data move faster over wireless devices:

The goal is to provide cellular handsets, personal digital assistants, portable communications devices, etc. the ability to transmit and receive digital data as well as make conventional telephone calls. The trend is towards ever faster mobile data speeds to meet customer demands. With greater data speeds, it is possible to provide even more data to more users.

I suppose information transfer patents is a way for them to fight back against telecom companies trying to force random incremental charges or a two tier web.

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Very Smart Move

These patents are a way to move Google even closer to total SE world domination.

That looks like a

That looks like a description of how CDMA works. Where is the new patent?

patent location...and I

patent location...and I think it is CMDA stuff.

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