Qualcomm Inc. is reportedly discussing the possibility of acquiring NXP Semiconductors NV.
T-Mobile is maintaining some older airwaves in the hopes of poaching some M2M customers being forced off of AT&T’s 2G network.
Dr. Margaret Hu of Huawei explains the "Three-Phase ICT Transformation" theory and Huawei's four transformation principles, indicating the…
The wireless industry appears to be headed toward a transition.
Sprint is “on track” to raise much-needed capital through its spectrum lease-back scheme by the end of the year, according to CFO Tarek Robbiati.
Gogo plans to use unlicensed spectrum for its next-generation ground-based technology to improve in-flight internet connectivity.
More than 200 million people covered by Sprint’s network can now access services on the carrier’s 2.5 GHz spectrum, CFO Tarek Robbiati said Wednesday.
AT&T is expanding its drone program, using the devices to test networks in venues like football stadiums to improve service.
Verizon and T-Mobile say they will use the coexistence test plan hammered out through the Wi-Fi Alliance before they deploy any LTE-U equipment.
Nokia will support Europe’s first dedicated testing facility for the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for traffic management purposes.
As the end of Q3 nears, T-Mobile and Sprint appear to be maintaining their subscriber momentum, while Verizon and AT&T are in worse shape.