Comcast, Sprint, Google May Fund WiMax

Mar 26, 2008 By DEBORAH YAO, AP Business Writer

(AP) -- Major cable, telecom and Internet companies are in preliminary, but serious, talks to create a national wireless network that would link devices such as computers, televisions and cell phones, according to a person familiar with the talks.



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