Shares of BlackBerry inched upward after the company said Qualcomm would pay $940 million to settle a licensing dispute.
A new company called B.Yond is set on helping U.S. carriers and others navigate to a software-driven world through automation, AI and more.
Wells Fargo Securities analysts left this week’s 2017 Wireless Infrastructure Show wearing rose-colored glassses.
Verizon and Ericsson showed off their 5G network know-how at Indianapolis Motor Speedway this week.
FreedomPop is hoping to cash in on the FCC’s overhaul of the Lifeline program, which subsidizes telecom devices and services for low-income consumers.
T-Mobile announced plans to launch a service that enables users to move phone numbers between devices and use multiple numbers on a single device.
Iridium Communications officially launched Iridium Edge, its new global asset tracking, safety and fleet management device.
FCC Commissioner Michel O’Rielly used the 2017 Wireless Infrastructure Show to once again push for reforms to ease the rollout of small cells.
The Small Cell Forum's Release 9 provides a blueprint for commercializing hyperdense networks for 4G, 5G and the IoT.
T-Mobile is taking direct aim at Verizon customers who own the Google Pixel or a newer iPhone.