T-Mobile and Nokia are clocking some impressive speeds thanks to licensed assisted access (LAA).

The FCC today moved forward with a plan to release up to $4.53 billion over the next 10 years to wireless providers.

The FCC unanimously agreed to seek comment on ways to put spectrum above 95 GHz to good use.

AT&T boasted of continued momentum in its smart city business with news that the city of Portland agreed to test new technologies.

Ericsson is launching the IoT Accelerator Marketplace to help address the need for collaboration for developers and service providers.

Smartphones are not the only devices slated to benefit from 5G. Intel announced today that it is collaborating to bring 5G connectivity to Windows PCs.

Amid all the hype around 5G that will dominate the wireless industry’s biggest confab in Barcelona next week, one thing you’re probably not going to hear a lot…

Qualcomm is delivering the 802.11ax-ready WCN3998 for smartphones and computing devices—just in time to show it off at MWC 2018.

Dish Network said it will spend between $500 million and $1 billion through 2020 building out the “first phase” of its wireless network.

Analysts with Signals Research Group who studied Verizon’s 28 GHz system in Houston came away appreciating the promise of millimeter wave spectrum.