The New York Times article this week claiming Russia is behind the 5G cancer concerns has received pushback from a Wall Street Journal columnist.

The C-Band Alliance (CBA) says it has no objections to the safeguards that several content companies believe are necessary for the C-band.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang argued the U.S. is engaging in a smear campaign against Chinese companies.

The new rules would also allow carriers to help consumers to block calls not on their own contact list.

Will the 5G iPhone, expected to appear in 2020, help turn around Apple’s phone sales? Probably not, analyst says.

There’s a lot happening with Wi-Fi, much of it in a way that will be integral to the fixed and mobile broadband experience going forward.

It looks as though the 5.9 GHz band is headed for a major formal review at the FCC.

Bloomberg reported Monday that T-Mobile and Sprint are considering possible concessions for their proposed deal, including the potential sale of prepaid…