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Mallinson: Why are there a lot of 'not-spots' in the UK despite mobile coverage obligations?

in wireless and mobile communications, he founded consulting firm  WiseHarbor  in 2007. Find WiseHarbor ...

AT&T to sell LTE-enabled Microsoft Surface 3; Chrysler exec joins Apple

Japan and Brazil found that more than 30 percent of U.S. consumers expect that the ability to experience ...

BlackBerry to axe more jobs in turnaround push

BlackBerry is cutting more jobs as the company moves to regain profitability under CEO John Chen, though it's unclear how many workers the smartphone and security software company is shedding. ...

Birightstar partners with Aquto for sponsored data; Cortana for Android leaks online

was to provide detailed technical information to 802.19 about LTE-U and to assist 802.19 in its work to advance ...

KT, Nokia Networks launch first IoT lab in Korea

LTE-Advanced network tests ...

MVNO Europe set up to fight for rights of alternative operators

the impact that regulatory change will have on the businesses of MVNOs of all shapes and sizes. Founding ...

BT CEO fights back over Openreach sell-off threat; Google reports strong growth in mobile ad sales in Q2

Wireless news from around the web > BT CEO Gavin Patterson threatens to retaliate with litigation and a block on network investment if the company is forced to sell off Openreach. Telegraph... ...

T-Mobile gets fined over 911 outages; Xiaomi beefs up on patents ahead of U.S. launch

winner), announced that Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group selected the company ...

Google sees strong growth in mobile, YouTube ad sales in Q2

Google's second-quarter results wowed investors yesterday, as the search giant reported strong revenue growth from advertisements on mobile devices and on its YouTube video platform.  ...