The successful test comes as Sprint inches toward launching mobile 5G service in the first half of this year.
The U.S. wireless industry has been caught in a fresh scandal.
Samsung is taking its battle with Apple straight to the iPhone maker’s home turf next month.
FirstNet, a nationwide broadband network dedicated to public safety, has increased its subscriber base by 70% since late October 2018.
CES isn’t exactly known for wireless infrastructure, but Samsung made 5G networks a part of its presence here.
AT&T CEO John Donovan is glad to be top of competitors’ minds after AT&T “frustrated” them by being first to launch a commercial mobile 5G service.
Google announced new features, dozens of product integrations and an expansive plan to create a wider platform for its virtual assistant at CES.
T-Mobile says it broke multiple records during the fourth quarter of 2018, posting its "best quarter ever in total net customer additions."
Verizon Wireless is confident it doesn’t need more spectrum to achieve its 5G goals.
Mark Lowenstein helps us kick off 2019 with his assessment of the key strategic priorities for the leading U.S. wireless operators.