The Associated Press reports that the Trump administration has quietly set aside plans to require new cars to wirelessly communicate using DSRC.

With smartphone growth slowing to a crawl in the United States, the IoT is beginning to pay off in significant ways for major wireless network operators.

The wireless industry is clearly going through a period of major upheaval, and not just because Sprint and T-Mobile might not merge.

Qualcomm Technologies announced that it is working with several players, including AT&T, Ford and Nokia, to kick off what’s believed to be the first…

Quantenna Communications announced its QSR10R-AX chipset for 802.11ax mesh repeater networks.

Nokia and Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions announced a strategic partnership around the industrial IoT.

The LoRa Alliance released its latest technical specifications that include features supporting roaming and separation of back-end nodes.

Uber and Lyft continue to gain traction around the world, but the IoT can also be leveraged through other modes of transportation.

A calm wireless market likely benefited Verizon during the third quarter, and its focus on telematics and media should shore up the bottom line.