During an interview with Forbes, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson discussed a myriad of topics about the future of AT&T's wireless business and also let it slip that the 3G iPhone will come out
Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Is open the new closed? I'm trying to be optimistic about the Verizon Wireless "Any Apps, Any Device" initiative, but try as I might, I can't shake the feeling that it sounds too
As the deadline for bidders in the upcoming 700 MHz spectrum auction approaches on Monday, Google asked the FCC for a few clarifications on the bidding process, the special rules for the spectrum
AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega had an interview with Engadget where he discusses everything from buying contract-free handsets from carriers to the iPhone deal to Google's Open Handset
Verizon Wireless announced today it will offer access from any device to any application by the end of next year, marking the end of the company's "walled garden" approach to mobile devices and
A new study from Analysys says operators are considering widespread deployment of femtocells as early as next year, and a large-scale deployment of the indoor base stations carries significant risks.
Following a keynote appearance at last week's NewTeeVee conference in San Francisco, AT&T's wireless chief Ralph de la Vega said in an interview that the operator has talked with Google about
I had a dream that Google took over the world. I was drinking Google soda, brushing my teeth with Google toothpaste, glancing at my Google-branded watch and of course talking on my Google phone.
According to an interview GigaOM had with AT&T Mobility chief Ralph de la Vega, AT&T is not worried about the prospect of Google as a carrier should it win spectrum in the upcoming 700 MHz
Many telecom industry observers believe Google will have a hard time making the transition from search engine giant to network operator. Could the transition to equipment maker be any easier?