After weeks of uncertainty, Ericsson today named its new CEO, Börje Ekholm, a longtime member of the company’s board of directors who hails from Investor.

Although Samsung suffered a black eye due to its ongoing Galaxy Note 7 recall, one research firm believes the company won’t experience any major customer…

Sprint lowered its expectations for full-year cash capex again, but the telco insisted that increased momentum in small cell deployments will offset that trend.

Verizon today confirmed to FierceWireless it will offer “hassle free” live sports video streams through its go90 app under an offering called Stream Pass.

The onetime king of the mobile enterprise released the DTEK60, an Android-based device targeted at mid-range and high-end business users.

T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray suggested the carrier plans to offer data transmissions “approaching gigabit LTE speeds” in at least some markets next year.

The market for connected devices can be surprising, if you dig beneath the hype at the surface.

Sprint saw 347,000 net postpaid phone additions, and its net loss of $142 million was a marked improvement. But questions about its long-term prospects linger.

The Wi-Fi Alliance is now certifying products based on the 802.11ad standard, known as Wi-Fi Certified WiGig.