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Mobile Minutes: Comcast’s wireless network; EU gives Google extension; Uber’s rival; Microsoft’s Nokia phone

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September 21, 2016

Comcast is preparing to roll out a new cellular service

Comcast is preparing to roll out a new cellular service

Comcast gearing up to offer new wireless network by 2017
Cable giant Comcast has big plans for 2017, to build its own wireless network and offer brand new cellular service to interested customers.
Read more on CNET

The EU just gave Google more time to reply to its Android antitrust charges
Alphabet’s Google  has been given an extra three weeks to respond to EU antitrust charges that it abused its dominant Android mobile operating system to squeeze out rivals, the European Commission said on Tuesday.
Read more on Fortune

Grab, Uber’s rival in Southeast Asia, raises $750 million
On Monday night in the United States, Grab announced that it has raised a new equity financing round of $750 million. That brings Grab’s total capital in the bank to over $1 billion, according to the company.
Read more on Forbes

Microsoft unveils Nokia feature phone
Microsoft unveiled what could be one of its last Nokia mobile phones, as it prepares to complete the sale of its feature phone business later this year.
Read more on USA Today

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