Clearwire Changing Its Tune?
Wasn't it just less than a year ago that Clearwire was complaining about and blocking streaming video and VoIP, claiming it would undermine the network's reliability? So why is it that the two things they're suddenly hyping up are the ability to stream video and do VoIP? Perhaps it's because they're finally getting ready to launch their very own VoIP solution. Doesn't that sort of support the position that their attempts to block things like Vonage were more about being anti-competitive than protecting their network?