Qualcomm Technologies plans to start the first eMTC/NB-IoT/GSM multimode field trials in China with China Mobile Research Institute and bike-sharing company…
This is an entry in our new “Meet the CMOs” feature that will look at the top marketing executives in the nation’s biggest telecom companies.
Three of the four major wireless operators in the U.S. are now formally affiliates of NYU Wireless, with Sprint being the most recent to join as an industry…
Sprint confirmed it inked an agreement with an unnamed cable company to test methods for building out small cells for its wireless network.
Apple and Nokia announced a surprise settlement in their latest patent-infringement battle.
After almost two years of speaking about it publicly, Verizon is still excited about the kinds of fixed wireless services it can offer with 5G.
Wall Street analysts are almost unanimous in their outlook for the tower industry. And their outlook for the tower industry is good.
Sprint’s CEO said that his company is open to a major transaction with either another wireless company or with a group of cable companies.
AT&T was forced to close hundreds of stores across the country over the weekend as tens of thousands of workers staged a three-day strike.
A jury awarded $4.8 million to T-Mobile, finding that Huawei misappropriated T-Mobile’s trade secrets.