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How Charlie Ergen turned a satellite TV provider into a spectrum powerhouse, and what he might do next

Then, in December 2012, the FCC voted to let Dish  use its satellite spectrum for terrestrial use, ...

FCC's Wi-Fi stop-block order leaves other questions unanswered

FierceWirelessTech  this week. Ruckus Wireless pretty much reiterated what it already put forth in joint comments ...

AWS-3 AUCTION RESULTS: AT&T leads with $18.2B, Verizon at $10.4B, Dish at $10B and T-Mobile at $1.8B

growth in mobile Internet traffic," the carrier said. "AT&T anticipates putting this spectrum into service as a supplemental downlink to deliver additional mobile Internet capacity and better ...

FCC to strengthen oversight of ISP interconnection deals

the oversight procedure, the FCC could mandate that an Internet provider like Verizon or Comcast could stop ...

Report: ESPN will not provide a la carte pro soccer this year

to carry the Cricket World Cup on the Internet, no pay-TV subscription required, in February. "Our ...

BT plans to reach most of the UK with 500 Mbps broadband via G.Fast

think we can deploy this technology at scale which will enable us to deliver ultrafast speeds of up ...

T-Mobile's GoSmart and AT&T's Cricket add data to plans, U.S. Cellular drops prepaid pricing

Sprint's Boost pumps up data from 1 GB to 2.5 GB for $35/month plan with auto-pay T-Mobile's MetroPCS, ...

Pay-TV operators lower HBO price ahead of a la carte launch

tech chief Berkes quits as network turns to MLB to launch new streaming service ...

Dish reverses AutoHop for the Super Bowl, will keep the funny commercials but skip the game

Dish's Hopper upgrade enables easier binging, lets users skip back to beginning of in-progress shows ...

AT&T faces $600K FCC fine for violating microwave license rules

AT&T (NYSE: T) is going to have to pay a $640,000 fine to the FCC for violating rules related to operating microwave stations outside of the parameters of the licenses it owns. Between 2009 and 2012, the FCC said that AT&T apparently operated a number of carrier fixed point-to-point microwave stations ...