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A consortium of major media and technology companies has been formed to investigate how currently unused portions of the TV broadcasting spectrum can be used to inexpensively satisfy the rapidly growing demand for wireless internet access. The Cambridge TV White Spaces Consortium includes such high profile organisations as the BBC, BSkyB, BT, Microsoft, Nokia, Cambridge Consultants and others. Related Posts:Five business tech trends for 201337 percent of UK workers reply to business emails in bedNew Version of 1st Touch Mobile Innovates Across Multiple Platforms and DevicesAscensio offers project management tool for Android and iPhoneMobile web experience not good enough say UK consumers