AT&T has launched a new device that is meant to get more equipment connected to its LTE-M network.

Qualcomm is introducing a 5G New Radio solution for small cells and remote radio head requirements.

AT&T has received the FCC’s permission to conduct a 28 GHz demo at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in June.

T-Mobile confirmed that its LTE network is also powering a number of major drone tests around the country.

The FCC is rejecting recommendations to adopt exclusive area licensing in the 37-37.6 GHz band.

One of the things Verizon is still testing is how much time and money will be spent installing the company's 5G customer-premises equipment.

Unlimited data plans placed a strain on carrier networks last year, but according to OpenSignal the carriers met the challenge.

Sprint said it will offer discounted service to customers age 55 and above.