According to a new report, the U.S. Department of Justice is conducting an antitrust investigation into AT&T, Verizon and the GSMA about possible collusion…
General Electric and other members of the Industrial IoT Coalition said they’re willing to accept substantially reduced census-tract licensing.
The Pervasive Network. Accenture’s George Nazi on the new mindsets, architectures and ecosystems operators need to seize new waves of opportunity.
The FCC recently released the particulars for its upcoming 28 GHz and 24 GHz spectrum auctions. And the details are somewhat surprising.
Ericsson reported first-quarter results that appeared to cheer investors, sending the company’s Swedish shares up after the news.
According to new data from YouMail, AT&T’s customers received an average of 15.1 robocalls during the month of March.
FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly suggested the FCC should move to make 200, 300 or even 400 megahertz of C-Band spectrum available.
Crown Castle reported first-quarter earnings largely in line with Wall Street analyst expectations.
According to new data from wireless monitoring company OpenSignal, mobile customers aren’t using Wi-Fi as much as they used to.
EarthNow wants to show unfiltered views of Earth using new satellite technology.
Qualcomm said it has started a round of layoffs, and according to a report from Bloomberg the action will eliminate a total of 1,500 jobs in California.