U.S. Cellular said it managed to acquire 18,000 net customer additions during the fourth quarter while lowering its churn rate.

Sprint and Google announced the results of their launch of Rich Communication Service-based messaging offerings.

T-Mobile and Nokia are clocking some impressive speeds thanks to licensed assisted access (LAA).

The FCC is currently considering changes to its Lifeline program that would ban wireless resellers like MVNOs.

The FCC today moved forward with a plan to release up to $4.53 billion over the next 10 years to wireless providers.

The FCC unanimously agreed to seek comment on ways to put spectrum above 95 GHz to good use.

As the mobile world’s attention focuses once again on Barcelona, my expectations for the event fall into two camps: professional and personal.

AT&T boasted of continued momentum in its smart city business with news that the city of Portland agreed to test new technologies.

Ericsson is launching the IoT Accelerator Marketplace to help address the need for collaboration for developers and service providers.

Smartphones are not the only devices slated to benefit from 5G. Intel announced today that it is collaborating to bring 5G connectivity to Windows PCs.