Dish reportedly won auction for 1900MHz H-Block spectrum

Dish has reportedly won a government spectrum auction, and will now have a massive portion of H-Block in their grasp. That’s important because Dish’s current holdings are adjacent to their new-found holdings, and make Dish the fifth largest spectrum holder in the US. Coming off the heels of a few failed bids to acquire spectrum via snapping up mobile carriers, this is great news for Dish.

Dish may be considering a bid for T-Mobile

Dish network, the satellite cable provider, is said to be in talks to acquire T-Mobile from Deutsche Telekom. Reuters is citing “people close to the matter” in noting that their bid may come sometime next year. It would be Dish’s second attempt at acquiring a mobile carrier outright, and their third at getting into the mobile carrier business.

Google and Dish in talks to launch new wireless service

Google and Dish Network are in talks to bring a new wireless service that would be aimed at rivaling the big carriers such as AT&T and Verizon. According to a report for the Wall Street Journal, the talks are not incredibly advanced, and they very well could amount to nothing. As of this point, Google is one of the many companies that Dish has spoken with, and they are in what WSJ's source calls an "exploratory stage." Google declined to comment on the talks.

Boxee and GoogleTV?

Google TV promises to bring the web to your television. Boxee is a service that brings television to you computer which in turn offers similar capabilities of Google TV. It’s only natural that Boxee wants to join Google in their efforts to bring the web to your standalone television. Boxee has stated they are working on an Android app for Google TV.

Google Tests TV Search Service

Google's Android is slowly taking over the cellphone market, now it sets it's sights on your television. Google Inc. is testing a new television-programming search service with Dish Network Corp. How will Google search be utilized in your cable or satellite set-top box?

Raging Thunder 2

Swedish developer Polarbit is hard at work creating multiple 3D games for Android. Polarbit announced today that they are releasing a sequel to their best selling title Raging Thunder. Raging Thunder 2 features cross-platform six player games, upgradeable cars, and ten new animated tracks.