OneWeb Satellites inaugurated its assembly line in Toulouse, France, to begin end-to-end validation, testing and integration of its first satellites.

Everyone has heard the news about Verizon and AT&T buying up struggling companies with millimeter-wave spectrum licenses. What’s next?

AT&T is looking to experiment with new virtualized-RAN core network capabilities later this year.

Ericsson continues to work with service providers to develop IoT offerings for other companies.

Sprint is reportedly in exclusive talks with Charter and Comcast to enable the cable companies to bring wireless services to market.

A Federal Trade Commission lawsuit against Qualcomm will move forward after a federal judge denied the company’s move to dismiss the case late Monday.

It looks like T-Mobile beat Verizon to the punch when it comes to the launch of LTE-U, saying it’s now live in select locations.

AT&T is stepping up its pursuit of fixed wireless web service in rural areas in a big way.

Network performance and monthly costs are far more important to U.S customers than unlimited data, according to fresh data from Jefferies.

NYU Wireless founder Professor Ted Rappaport failed to get members of the ITU delegation to consider his institution’s millimeter wave research.