BARCELONA, Spain--The mobile industry needs to agree on a standard for mobile video calling, argued AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) President and CEO Ralph de la Vega. De la Vega De la Vega
The great debate rages on regarding operator attempts to restrict data speeds for some of their mobile broadband customers. Though Cisco Systems recently released research that showed data speed
AT&T (NYSE: T) U-verse TV subscribers won't have access to 20 St. Louis Cardinals games this year since the telco is refusing to pay Fox Sports Midwest an increased license fee for its expanded
TiVo's (Nasdaq: TIVO) teams of patent attorneys and sales executives helped the company generate $7.2 million in net income during the fourth quarter, or 6 cents per share, up significantly from the
Dish Network (Nasdaq: DISH) chairman Charlie Ergen said Thursday that he thinks Dish has an 80 percent chance of successfully launching a broadband wireless and phone business, noting that the FCC
Flush with new AWS spectrum and $3 billion in cash it received from AT&T, T-Mobile is finally ready to hop on the LTE bandwagon in the United States with service expected to launch in 2013.
T-Mobile USA will launch LTE service in its AWS spectrum sometime in 2013 as it seeks to regain its competitive edge in the wake of AT&T's (NYSE:T) failed $39 billion acquisition of the carrier.
Verizon (NYSE: VZ) continues to solidify its stance in the home automation and control market by joining the Z-Wave Alliance, a consortium focused on promoting Z-Wave standard for wireless home
Telematics solutions aren't a new phenomenon but they have suddenly become top-of-mind to the industry, as wireless operators turn their focus toward equipping all types of things (cars, healthcare
Throttling data speeds really irritates customers. But if throttling successfully shifts heavy users from unlimited plans to tiered pricing, then, from the operator perspective, the customer angst