He wasn't alone. At 2 p.m. EDT on Tuesday afternoon, the queue to preorder a phone at the 95th and Broadway AT&T store in Manhattan was 20 people deep. Peck was told he'd have to wait at least 45 minutes before he could be helped. The AT&T salesperson signing people in at the crowded store said the company was no longer allowing people to preorder the iPhone 4 online via the AT&T Web site. She said all preorders through AT&T would have to be entered manually at the store by an AT&T sales associate. She gave no reason for the glitch or long line, but simply added names to the list on her clipboard as one person after another came into the store.
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Google had said previously it would bid at least $4.6 billion in the auction if the FCC adopted rules based on four open-access principles, which included open access for devices and applications, as well as rules, for open wholesaling. Whitt clarified the company "didn't state we wouldn't bid if these conditions weren't met." But he said Google will need some time to study the FCC's rules before it can make a decision about participating in the auction. Still, Whitt said Google is pleased that the rules for open device and application access also come with stronger enforcement provisions for dealing with license holders who don't comply with the rule, something he said Martin's original proposal did not include.
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LightSquared hasn't started building its network yet, but its entire business has been called into question recently as it faces criticism from the GPS industry, which claims that its network will interfere with high-precision GPS satellite services used in industries such as agriculture, surveying, aviation, construction, and national defense. Earlier this summer, LightSquared proposed a solution that would alleviate most of the interference issues between its service and GPS services. Specifically, it plans to use spectrum furthest from the GPS band to avoid interference. But the GPS industry has still been concerned that this solution won't solve the issue for high-precision GPS services that detect location within centimeters.
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