Ericsson continued to struggle in the third quarter ahead of rollouts of 5G networks, but investors see signs of a turnaround.
Verizon's third-quarter results show the carrier is clawing back market share in a prepaid segment it had ceded to its smaller rivals until recently.
A merger announcement between T-Mobile and Sprint could be delayed for weeks as the carriers hammer out details, according to Bloomberg.
Verizon CFO Matthew Ellis made it clear during the company’s third-quarter earnings conference call that mobile 5G is not a thing for Verizon in 2018.
Hiya, a Whitepages spinoff whose partners include AT&T, T-Mobile and Samsung, raised $18 million in a series A round to fight robocalls.
Crown Castle's shares rose after it posted third-quarter earnings, but analysts said its fourth-quarter guidance did little to illuminate the market.
Verizon continued to build on its recent momentum, but whether its network can continue to be a key differentiator over the next few years is unclear.
AT&T is asking the FCC for an extension to a license it has held to conduct 5G tests using 3550-3600 MHz in Atlanta and Cumming, Georgia.
Nokia and Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions announced a strategic partnership around the industrial IoT.
Sprint parent SoftBank unveiled a deal to expand into the U.S. tower market in a move that could pay dividends for a potential tie-up with T-Mobile.