Alphabet’s Access team announced two major milestone for CBRS: The first end-to-end CBRS demonstration with 3.5 GHz mobile devices and anew equipment testing.

Google’s alternative to SMS took a significant step forward with the new backing of some powerful carriers.

Verizon launched an offering aimed at helping carriers around the world more easily expand into next-generation services beyond traditional wireless offerings.

Dish Network CEO, Charlie Ergen, believes new 5G technologies will enable the satellite-TV provider to meet the FCC’s network build-out requirements.

Sprint and Ericsson are promising to demonstrate Gigabit LTE using 60 megahertz of LTE TDD spectrum next week.

Verizon and T-Mobile are both excited about offering LTE-U technology this spring now that the FCC announced it has authorized the first LTE-U devices.

Verizon has emerged as the most likely candidate to make a deal for Dish Network’s substantial spectrum assets, but that doesn’t mean it will happen any time…

AT&T and Nokia are claiming a big first as they completed fixed wireless 5G tests with AT&T’s internet streaming service DirecTV Now in the 39 GHz band.