Verizon's wireless results led some Wall Street analysts to conclude that the carrier is making progress on steadying its position in the industry.
Last week, Twilio announced the official launch of its “Programmable Wireless” service for developers targeting the internet of things.
General Electric and other members of the Industrial IoT Coalition said they’re willing to accept substantially reduced census-tract licensing.
FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly suggested the FCC should move to make 200, 300 or even 400 megahertz of C-Band spectrum available.
Huawei appears to have given up on the U.S. market. The company reportedly laid off a chunk of its top U.S. officials ahead of an FCC vote today.
A quartet of major global operators announced they would team together to create the Global Telco Security Alliance.
Students at Rice University developed hardware and software for sensor-carrying drones to evaluate atmospheric conditions and Wi-Fi signal strength.
There’s “no end in sight” to growth in the small cell market, according to research firm Mobile Experts.
Analyst firm CCS Insight said it is increasing its 5G subscriber forecasts.
Microsoft's actions are putting the company further into the orbit of the wireless industry.