Senet will be seeing more competition from the likes of Comcast but its CEO isn't worried.
FierceWireless spoke with Marshall at last week’s Mobile World Congress Americas trade show.
Google said it will spend $1.1 billion to acquire part of HTC's mobile development personnel as it steps up its pursuit of the hardware market.
Open source, just like standards, can be a good thing as long as there aren’t too many of them, according to Ericsson Group CTO Erik Ekudden.
Crown Castle’s Jay Brown said he doesn’t expect small cell deployments to speed up anytime soon.
HTC shares will halt trading tomorrow, stoking speculation that the struggling Taiwanese handset vendor will announce a takeover by Google.
T-Mobile and Dish may need to make concessions to gain regulatory for a merger, and those concessions could pave the way for Dish to move into wireless.
T-Mobile applied for Special Temporary Authority (STA) to conduct 3550-3700 MHz band tests using equipment from Ericsson and Nokia.
One of the key takeaways from MWC Americas was that the U.S. runs the risk of not taking on the same leadership role with 5G as it did with 4G.
T-Mobile raised its threshold for unlimited high-speed data from 32 GB to 50 GB a month in yet another big bet on its network.